New School Boundaries for 2017-18
Broken Arrow Public Schools (BAPS) continues to experience growth at a rate of about 3 percent per year, with more than half of this growth taking place at the elementary level. Thankfully, Broken Arrow patrons continue to support our students by passing bond issues that support academic achievement through investments in instruction, technology and facilities.
The district is currently building its fifteenth elementary school, Timber Ridge, at 71st Street and S. 209th E. Avenue. The school is scheduled to open in August 2017. In addition, Sequoyah Middle School is undergoing a major renovation which will provide additional classrooms allowing for more students to attend that school. The new elementary school and additional classrooms at Sequoyah will allow the district to alleviate crowding at several sites.
At a board meeting on Jan. 17, 2017, the Board of Education approved new boundaries for the 2017-18 school year to fill these new classrooms. The district is also moving to geographic boundaries for each of its four early childhood centers to balance enrollment at each site and better serve Pre-K students. Please click on the boundary maps below for more information.
Students impacted by the boundary change are currently being notified by mail. We know that changes of this nature can be difficult for students and their families. If you have concerns regarding this transition, please contact your child’s principal to discuss your particular situation.
|Current School Boundaries
||2017-18 School Boundaries
|Elementary Schools||Elementary Schools|
|Middle Schools||Middle Schools|
If you have questions regarding the proposed changes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.