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State Report Cards & School Profiles

The Oklahoma State Department of Education strives to provide transparency for all Oklahoma students by providing tools and data-drive information to school administrators, educators, parents and communities to identify areas of success and improvement. This tools include district and school site report cards and school profile reports.

For more information about the district’s data, please contact Jean Brassfield or 918-259-5700.

District & Site Report Cards

In 2011, the Oklahoma Legislature adopted an school grading system to provide incentives to schools for challenging all students to reach high levels of college and career readiness. This grading system is based on the concept that parents and community members should be able to quickly and easily determine how schools are performing.

The school report card is comprised of four sections: academic achievement, academic growth, English Language Proficiency Assessment progress, and chronic absenteeism for elementary and middle school sites, including the Broken Arrow Freshman Academy. The high school sections include academic achievement, English Language Proficiency Assessment progress, chronic absenteeism, graduation and post-secondary opportunities.

Report cards for Broken Arrow school sites can be found at oklaschools.com. These scores are based on test scores taken by students in the spring.

The Freshman Academy, Country Lane Primary and the Early Childhood Centers are not required to test so they did not receive an overall grade.

School Profile Reports

The Office of Accountability was created in 1990 by House Bill 1017 and operates under the governance of the Education Oversight Board. The Governor's Secretary of Education also serves as the office's Chief Executive Officer. The Oversight Board is committed to the independent operation of the Office of Accountability.

The office gathers data from the State Department of Education, State Department of Career and Technology Education, State Regents for Higher Education, Office of Juvenile Affairs, U.S. Census Bureau, The College Board, ACT, and through their own in-house survey. In all, over 100 statistical measures of curriculum, budget, educational programs, student performance, and community characteristics are generated and provided to education stakeholders. 

The following are links to the Broken Arrow Public Schools profiles that are housed on the Office of Accountability's website. These profiles is intended to give a comprehensive view of not only the school's test scores, but valuable demographic and community information.