Broken Arrow – Where Education Starts and Grows

The State of Oklahoma is known for some of the best higher education facilities in the country. With The University of Oklahoma, Oral Roberts University, and other notable colleges, this is where many come to finalize their degree plans.

Also, the state has some of the best schools for residents before the college years, starting with Broken Arrow Public Schools.  The enrollment for the district from K-12 is around 18,000 students. Being the 6th largest ISD in the state is a standing and recognition that isn’t taken lightly. The Broken Arrow Public School’s mission is “… to educate, equip and empower a community of learners by providing dynamic learning opportunities which enable all students to be successful.” They have done that well when compared to national rankings.

The Broken Arrow High School houses 10th, 11th, and 12th-grade students and when the Broken Arrow Freshman Academy is combined, it becomes the state’s largest high school. The campus has 14 buildings that include the cafeteria and a media center. There are athletic facilities that include a field house, sports stadium where football and soccer are both played, baseball and softball fields, as well as tennis courts.

There are 12 elementary campuses, one intermediate, one primary and five middle schools that make up the rest of the Broken Arrow ISD. The State of Oklahoma takes a special interest in educating children at an early age, and Broken Arrow offers four early childhood campuses, as well.