Broken Arrow High School's Class of 2021 can begin picking up their diplomas on Monday, June 14, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (Monday - Thursday) in Broken Arrow High School's grand lobby. The student's photo ID must be presented by either the student or student's parent/guardian to receive the diploma. The parent/guardian must be listed in the student's official record.
Students completing requirements during summer school must give two business days to process before picking up their diplomas at the high school.
All books and other debts must be cleared before diplomas are released. Chromebooks will also need to be turned in before receiving diplomas.
The approximate date of when final official transcripts will be available is Tuesday, June 15. To request official transcript, please visit www.baschools.org/transcripts.
For more information, please contact the high school at 918-259-4700.
Report cards for Broken Arrow Public Schools students is now available in Home Access Center. Please note that report cards will not be available to view in HAC after June 27. Parents are encouraged to print or download a copy of their student’s report card.
HAC registration/login information:
Parents/Guardians are eligible for an account and must have a valid email address on file with the school district in order to register.
Having trouble with your password?
Please access the HAC Website and select the “Forgot My User Name or Password” option at the bottom of the webpage.
Should you have questions about logging into HAC, please contact email@example.com.
To support students during 2021 summer months with district-issued Chromebooks that are not functioning, Broken Arrow Public Schools is offering Chromebook support at the Freshman Academy located at 301 W. New Orleans on the following days starting Thursday, June 10, until Thursday, July 29. (No support on Thursday, July 8.)
Parents/students will call 918-451-8392 upon their arrival (this number will be posted at the lobby entrance) and a Chromedesk teacher will come outside to support your Chromebook needs.
Chargers can be purchased for $30 during the support days. Chargers are not covered by insurance unless you provide the damaged charger that was issued with the Chromebook. View flier for more information and to print out.
If a student is unenrolling from BAPS, the Chromebook and charger can be turned in during one of the above support sessions. This will meet one of the district's unenrollment requirements. Also, graduating seniors that still need to turn in their device can do so during these times.
Questions? Please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enrollment for the 2021-22 school year is now open for new Broken Arrow families.
New families can now enroll online or in-person by appointment only. The Enrollment Center no longer requires parents/guardians to enroll their children in person. All enrollments will be processed online and parents can now upload the required documents to their children's account.
Please visit the enrollment webpage for more information on how to enroll or to make an in-person appointment.
The district’s transportation department is holding a bus driver hiring event on Tuesday, June 22, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the north parking lot of the Broken Arrow Performing Acts Center, 701 S. Main Street.
Interested applicants should bring a copy of their driver’s license and a resume, if possible. Interviews will be conducted on the spot.
Curious about the perks of becoming a Broken Arrow bus driver?
Please contact 918-259-4550 for any questions about the upcoming transportation job fair.
As the 2020-21 academic year comes to an end, Broken Arrow Public Schools is offering several summer camps for our students to participate in. These range from academic, fine arts to athletics.
The following is a list of the current camps that are being currently offered:
Camp Invention (It's a STEM Camp)
This camp is for children entering grades K-6. Bring lunch from home or get lunch from school for free.
BA Scholars Camp
JROTC First Year Cadet Camp
This camp is for all first year JROTC students in any grade.
Middle School Debate Camp
Competitive Speech/Acting Camp
Summer Strings Academy (Orchestra)
Vocal Music Camps
Show Choir Camp
All State Camp
BA Summer Band Academy
Visit the athletics website for information about their upcoming summer camps.
Broken Arrow Public Schools is participating in a summer feeding program that provides free meals to children age 18 and younger at various Broken Arrow school sites and locations.
All meals meet U.S. Department of Agriculture guidelines and are prepared with a number of locally-sourced ingredients.
Meals are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of meal service. The USDA restricts adults from eating from a child’s plate, but parents/caregivers may purchase a meal for $3.95 at the school sites only. Menus are subject to change.
Questions? Please contact the BAPS child nutrition department at 918-259-4565.
Meals will be provided at the following locations:
Aspen Creek Elementary
Country Lane Intermediate
Oak Crest Elementary
Sequoyah Middle School
Broken Arrow High School
Indian Springs Apartment Complex
It’s known as the “summer slide” by experts and is far from being as exciting as it sounds. The summer slide is the result of young minds resting in idle during the three-month break from school, sometimes losing more than two months of learning.
To prevent the summer slide, Broken Arrow Public Schools is launching an exciting summer program called “Maintain the Brain,” which will provide students with ongoing learning opportunities through online learning platforms with a number of incentives and prizes from June 1 to July 31. Students do not need to sign-up to participate in this summer program.
“Research shows that high-quality summer programs make a difference in learning loss and closing educational gaps,” said Kristin Henness, the district’s executive director of teaching and learning. “At minimum, two to three hours per week during the summer is needed to prevent any learning loss. We are hopeful that ‘Maintain the Brain’ will bring awareness to the importance of summertime learning. Plus, we have a number of awesome prizes we will be giving away to our students who participate and log onto the platforms.”
The district was recently able to purchase digital curriculum, including Waterford, Imagine Learning and IXL, for summer break with instructional funds and funds from the Reading Sufficiency Act and the Elementary & Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund, as well as in collaboration with the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
Additional information for students and parents/guardians can be found below. Should you have questions, please contact 918-259-7784 or email email@example.com. Look for “Maintain the Brain” tidbits on the district’s social media pages using the hashtag #MaintainTheBrainBA.
Additional Info for Students & Parents/Guardians:
“Maintain the Brain” will take place from June 1 to July 31. Students do not need to sign-up to participate in this summer program.
Current students in grades Pre-K through 1 will utilize Waterford Early Learning.
Current students in grades 2-5 will utilize Imagine Learning.
Current students in grades 6-8 will utilize IXL.
Current students in grades 9-12 will utilize their social media channels with challenges and photos to promote #MaintaintheBrainBA.
All programs can be accessed through the student’s Clever account.
Prizes have been generously donated by community partners and will be announced weekly via email or through the district’s Facebook page. Only students who are currently in grades Pre-K through 8 will be eligible to win.
All parents/guardians and students, especially those in grades 9-12, are encouraged to post on social media with #MaintaintheBrainBA to create awareness and to challenge their friends or younger siblings to continue learning this summer.
DID YOU KNOW?
So, let’s stop the summer slide! Will YOU help us Maintain the Brain, BA?