2017-18 Proposed School Boundaries
Broken Arrow Public Schools is proposing new boundaries for the 2017-18 school year as a result of continued growth in the Broken Arrow community which creates a need for additional schools and classrooms.
The district is currently building its fifteenth elementary school at 71st Street and S. 209th E. Avenue, which is scheduled to open next fall. In addition, Sequoyah Middle School is undergoing a major renovation which will provide additional classrooms allowing for more students to attend that school. 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.
The Long Range Planning Committee, which includes parents and patrons from across the district, has developed proposed new boundaries for early childhood centers, elementary schools and middle schools. These boundaries were presented to the board of education on Monday, Dec. 12. The board approved the early childhood center boundaries but chose to take no action on the recommended boundaries for elementary and middle schools. The boundaries will be reconsidered at the regularly scheduled board meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 6 p.m.
If boundaries are approved by the board, transfer requests for redistricted students will be considered soon thereafter. Additional details for the transfer application process will be provided at a later date.
To view the current and proposed boundaries for the 2017-18 school year, click on the links below.
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