Broken Arrow Public Schools’ middle school principals are excited to invite your incoming 6th grader to get a “Jump Start” on middle school. This orientation event is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 3, from 9 a.m. to noon at your students designated middle school site for the 2023-24 school year.
Students will get a glimpse of middle school life, meet teachers and administrators, make new friends, take a building tour and eat lunch together. >>Download flier
A free lunch will be provided to the students.
Registration is required for students to participate in this event. Transportation is available if indicated on the online registration form. The deadline to register for transportation is Friday, June 9. The deadline without transportation is Friday, July 14.
More information regarding this event will be sent later this summer.
We can’t wait to see our newest middle school students! Please contact any principal at the following school sites for any questions about this event.
Students currently in grades 9-12 who need high school credits through credit recovery or credit advancement can now enroll in summer school. Students may enroll in up to four classes (2 per session) for credit recovery and two classes (one per session) for credit advancement. There will be two summer sessions:
Courses will be delivered through Edmentum (online platform). Students can complete online coursework from home or in-person at Broken Arrow High School (Building D). Students will need to use their school-issued Chromebooks for summer classes.
This year, the cost of summer school is $45 per session and will cover up to two credit recovery classes. For students on reduced lunch, the cost is $35. For students on free lunch, the cost is $25. Credit advancement classes are offered at $75 per semester course ($45 for students on reduced lunch and $35 for students on free lunch).
Parents/guardians can request registration here:
Summer School Online Registration
The student’s counselor will contact parents to finalize course enrollment, as well as provide the parent with information regarding payment. All payments will be accepted online and are non-refundable.
If you have questions, please contact your school site counselor.
Broken Arrow High School's Class of 2023 can pick up their diplomas June 12 through June 15, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (closed 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. for lunch) 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 Monday, June 26. 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 will be available in Home Access Center on the following dates:
Please note that report cards will not be available to view in HAC after Tuesday, June 20. 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 during the summer months, please submit the HAC Contact Us form.
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. Students are required to eat on-site. USDA does not allow parents to pickup meals for children.
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 $4.50 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 (download flier - English | Spanish):
Timber Ridge Elementary
Sequoyah Middle School
Broken Arrow High School
Indian Springs Apartments
Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club
Online enrollment for Broken Arrow Public Schools’ before and after care program, B&A Connections, is now open for the 2023-24 school year. Parents/guardians are highly encouraged to submit their registration by Monday, July 31 to be eligible for care in August. The option to register will be paused from Aug. 1 - Aug. 20 to allow all staff to prepare for the new school year. The option to register will reopen on Monday, Aug. 21 to again accept new registrations.
To enroll in B&A Connections, please access the B&A Parent Portal. Please note that spaces in the program are limited.
Please review B&A tuition information.
Once online registration is completed and the fee has been paid, an automated email will be sent acknowledging registration has been received. Within 48 hours, another email will be sent with the enrollment approval confirmation. This email will also contain login credentials for your account. This parent portal will be used for future registrations, payment processing, auto-pay enrollment, announcements and more.
B&A Connections offers a developmentally appropriate before and after school program for students enrolled in grades Pre-K through fifth. This program is geared to meet the needs and characteristics of each child. Along with providing a safe and secure environment at Broken Arrow's early childhood centers and elementary school sites, B&A Connections' carefully planned activities encourage optimal physical, mental and social development, while fostering each child’s positive self-image and sense of independence.
When school is in session, B&A Connections begins at 7 a.m. and ends at 6 p.m.
Please note that although B&A Connections is affiliated with Broken Arrow Public Schools, this program is licensed through DHS and some policies and procedures may differ from those of Broken Arrow Public Schools.
For more information about this program, please email Amory Butler, B&A Program Coordinator or call 918-259-7413.
Students in grades 6-12 for the 2023-24 school year can purchase their Chromebook insurance online.
The Broken Arrow Public Schools Student Technology Insurance Program has been established to give parents the opportunity to purchase insurance and provide Help Desk support for their child’s Chromebook device. This annual purchase gives parents peace of mind as the insurance package will cover Chromebook repair or replacement costs and damages to the charge cord. Lost or stolen charge cords will not be covered by the insurance (damaged charge cords must be turned in for replacement).
The insurance program is voluntary, but families are highly encouraged to participate. To purchase insurance, visit www.baschools.org/insurance.
Please keep in mind that if insurance is not purchased at the time of device acceptance, parents/guardians are responsible for the full cost of any repair or replacement of all damage to or loss of the Chromebook and charge cord. Acts of intentional damage will not be covered by the insurance.