Proficiency Based Promotion
Jean Brassfield, Director of Assessment Services, 918.259.5792
Proficiency Based Promotion (PBP) is a process which awards credit for students’ knowledge in the core curriculum areas, i. e., social studies, reading/language arts, foreign languages, mathematics, and science, through an assessment process. It is available to all students grades one through twelve.
Students demonstrating proficiency will have the opportunity to advance to the next level of study. Failure to demonstrate proficiency will not be noted on the student’s transcript. The following is a pdf file that contains some of our frequently asked questions about the PBP process:
Please click here to bring up Board of Education policy on PBP.
Upcoming Application/Test Information
Monday, June 17th, 2013 is the application deadline for the Proficiency Based Promotion testing for students currently enrolled in Broken Arrow Public Schools. The testing date has been scheduled for Tuesday, July 16th, 2013, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Click here to bring up the application form. Please turn in this form to your student's school site principal. Application forms are also available at each school site and at the Education Service Center, 701 South Main Street, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
If you have questions, please contact Jean Brassfield at the Education Service Center,