1901 E. Albany | Broken Arrow, OK 74012 | 918-259-4310 | Fax: 918-355-3676
Broken Arrow High School (BAHS) serves students in grades 10-12 through a number of academic and extracurricular course offerings. Known as the largest high school in the state, the BAHS campus consists of instructional classrooms; high-tech science labs; fine arts spaces; athletic complexes; a state-of-the-art media center; an engaging . . .
Broken Arrow High School's Class of 2016 can begin picking up their diplomas starting Monday, June 13, in the main office from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. All books and debts must be cleared before diplomas and transcripts are released. Please . . .
In order to accommodate Broken Arrow Public Schools (BAPS) and a number of other local school districts, Tulsa Tech classes begin Aug. 18. This is also the first day of school for BAPS. If students or parents have any questions, please . . .
With the 2016-17 school year on the horizon, Broken Arrow High School (BAHS) is welcoming incoming sophomores with an orientation program called Tiger Camp. To lay the groundwork for a successful year . . .
Broken Arrow high school students in grades 9-12 for the 2016-17 school year can now take their required Personal Financial Literacy course online and during the summer through Tulsa Teachers Credit Union (TTCU) website with a program . . .
Deadline for July session is June 22
Credit Advancement courses are classes that students have not taken previously and are taking to advance their coursework. The fee is $125.00 per semester credit. If a student drops or does not pass the course, it . . .
Deadline for July session is June 22.
Credit Recovery courses are classes for students who did not earn a passing grade during the school year and need to make up a class. Students may enroll in up to two semesters of credit per summer session. Each session (June and/or July) . . .
All of the great memories of the Class of 2016, including the entire commencement ceremony, will be captured on video and are available for preorder now for $25. . . .
The Home Language Survey form is a required document for Broken Arrow Public Schools (BAPS). Broken Arrow High School is asking that all current sophomores and juniors please complete one of the following documents and turn it . . .
Incoming Broken Arrow High School (BAHS) juniors can enroll in Tulsa Community College (TCC) classes held at the Northeastern Sate Unversity-Broken Arrow (NSU-BA) campus and earn both college and high school credit at . . .
Check out "The Pulse" for the latest student news. .
Student Activities Update for 5-9-16 Caniac Challenge Spirit Contest Cane’s Chicken and BAHS have partnered to determine the most spirited graduating class and individual students at BAHS. Students earn . . .
The school newspaper is created by 20 students enrolled in the Broken Arrow High School (BAHS) newspaper class. For each issue, students brainstorm their own story ideas and conduct interviews to create timely and relevant news stories. The . . .
ArrowVision videos are produced and edited by a team of BAPS employees, as well as students who are enrolled in journalism classes at Broken Arrow High School (BAHS). These courses are giving students hands-on experience in the world of . . .
The Dual Credit Program is an alliance between Broken Arrow Public Schools, Tulsa Community College (TCC) and Northeastern State University in Broken Arrow (NSU-BA). Through this program, junior and senior students can attend college courses . . .
An exciting opportunity is available to Broken Arrow High School students through a digital learning program called !nspire21. !nspire21 will allow students to experience on-line classes built into their regular school day which will afford . . .
The Career Exploration Program (CEP) at Broken Arrow High School (BAHS) gives senior students an authentic learning experience in the professional world through internships at businesses across Broken Arrow. BAHS’ College and . . .
In an attempt to give students as many opportunities as possible to get a healthy meal before and during school, the high school has a 'Dash and Dine' service. Meal carts will be available at both breakfast and lunch. . . .