Broken Arrow School District
The Broken Arrow school district is a combination urban-suburban community, with nearby agricultural areas and a growing business and industrial base. The school district has three early childhood centers (pre-kindergarten), 14 elementary schools, five middle schools, two intermediate schools, and one senior high school, all of which combine to serve more than 17,000 students.
Pre-kindergarten students attend the three early childhood centers, and students in grades kindergarten through fifth attend elementary schools. Twelve of the 14 elementaries are K-5th grade, one is configured to serve students in grades K-2 and one of the elementaries houses students in 3rd-5th grades. Middle schools serve grades six, seven and eight. The high school is composed of three sites — two intermediate high schools for students in grades 9 and 10 and the senior high school for grades 11 and 12. All three campuses are fully accredited by the state of Oklahoma and the North Central Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges.
Broken Arrow Public Schools. . .
Educating Today - Leading Tomorrow
Broken Arrow Public School's Mission Statement
The mission of Broken Arrow Public Schools is to educate, equip and empower a community of learners by providing dynamic learning opportunities which enable all students to be successful.
Broken Arrow Public School's Colors/Mascot
|Black and Gold/Tigers|
Broken Arrow Public School and High School Logos
In order to protect both its reputation and the public at large, Broken Arrow Public Schools has taken the necessary legal steps to restrict the unauthorized usage of its name, trademarks, and logos. Those seeking permission to use the Broken Arrow Public Schools name, trademarks, or logos must complete the Non-Exclusive Licensing Agreement which will then be presented to the Board of Education for approval/disapproval. To obtain a copy of this agreement, please send an email to the Public Information Officer.
Any unauthorized use of trademarks, logos, and verbiage registered by or identified with Broken Arrow Public Schools constitutes a violation of Oklahoma laws governing trademark infringement and unfair competition. Oklahoma law permits the owner of a trademark to obtain injunctive relief restraining further infringement, money damages including disgorgement of profits derived from the wrongful sale of trademarked merchandise, and an order requiring destruction of any such counterfeits or imitations in the offender’s possession. If necessary, the district will take appropriate legal action to protect its rights.