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Tulsa Public Schools

Tulsa Public Schools

3027 South New Haven Avenue
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74114

Northeastern Oklahoma

United States
TypePublic, Primary, Secondary, Co-Educational, Independent
GradesPK - 12
SuperintendentDeborah Gist
Schools77
Budget$552,399,216 (2009-10)[1]
Students32,223
Staff7,000
WebsiteTulsa Public Schools

Tulsa Public Schools is an independent school district serving the Tulsa, Oklahoma area in Northeastern Oklahoma. It is the now 2nd largest school district in Oklahoma but was the largest school district up until 2010.[2][3] As of 2010 the district serves approximately 41,224 students,[4] up slightly from 41,200 students from Kindergarten through Twelfth grade in 2006.[5] It is governed by an elected school board. As of March 2020, the Tulsa Public Schools district is accredited by the Oklahoma State Department of Education.[6]

Schools[edit]

Tulsa Public Schools is made up of 55 elementary, 12 middle schools, and 13 high schools. (according to their website www.tulsaschools.org

Elementary[edit]

  • Academy Central
  • Anderson
  • Bell
  • Burroughs
  • Carnegie
  • Celia Clinton
  • Clinton West
  • Cooper
  • Council Oak
  • Disney
  • Dolores Huerta
  • Dual Language Academy
  • Eisenhower International
  • Eliot
  • Emerson
  • Eugene Field
  • Grissom
  • Hamilton
  • Hawthorne
  • Henry Zarrow International
  • Hoover
  • Kendall-Whittier
  • Key
  • Lanier
  • Lewis and Clark
  • Lindbergh
  • MacArthur
  • Marshall
  • Mayo Demonstration
  • McClure
  • McKinley
  • Mitchell
  • Owen
  • Patrick Henry
  • Peary
  • Penn
  • Robertson
  • Salk
  • Sequoyah
  • Skelly
  • Springdale
  • Unity Learning Academy
  • Whitman
  • Wayman Tisdale Fine Arts Academy
  • Whitman
  • Zarrow

Junior High[edit]

  • Carver
  • Central Junior High
  • East Central Junior High
  • Edison Preparatory
  • Hale Junior High
  • Mclain 7th grade Academy
  • Mclain Junior High
  • Memorial Junior High
  • Monroe Demonstration Academy
  • Thoreau
  • Webster MS
  • Will Rogers College Junior High

High schools[edit]

Charter/Partner schools[edit]

  • College Bound Academy
  • Collegiate Hall
  • Greenwood Leadership Academy
  • KIPP Tulsa College Preparatory
  • Tulsa Honor Academy
  • Tulsa Legacy Charter
  • Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences

School board[edit]

The Tulsa School Board has seven members, each representing a different geographic area of the district. Each board member is elected to a four-year term, and the terms of each member are staggered so every year at least one member is up for election. The school board establishes policies, manages the budget, hires the superintendent, and is the final appeals board for the district. The school board's authority is limited to official meetings.

School Board Members[edit]

  • District 1 Stacey Woolley (President)(Elected 2019. Term expires 2023.)
  • District 2 Jania Wester (Vice President) (Appointed 2018. Term expires 2021.)
  • District 3 Jennettie Marshall (Elected 2017. Term expires 2021.)
  • District 4 Shawna Keller (Elected 2014. Term expires 2022.)
  • District 5 John Croisant (Elected 2020. Term expires 2024.)
  • District 6 Dr. Jerry Griffin (Elected 2020. Term expires 2024.)
  • District 7 Suzanne Schreiber (Elected 2014. Term expires 2022.)

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 36°07′11″N95°56′01″W / 36.119679°N 95.933541°W / 36.119679; -95.933541

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulsa_Public_Schools

Tulsa is a city in Tulsa county, Oklahoma

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The Tulsa Debate League is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit partner of Tulsa Public Schools, Union Public Schools, Sand Springs Public Schools and several Tulsa area charter schools. Modeled after the most effective urban debate leagues in the country, we organize competitions, fund programs and summer camps, and provide professional development to teachers and coaches.

How we help schools:

  • Provide professional development to coaches, including hosting coaches workshops and mentoring coaches
  • Organize tournaments (see schedule)
  • Fund travel and tournament costs
  • Support summer camp opportunities for students
  • Partner with universities to offer college access resources

Sours: https://www.tulsadebate.org/program
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KIPP Tulsa University Prep High School is built on these guiding principles:

KIPP Tulsa University Prep Mission

Together with families and communities, KIPP Tulsa creates joyful, academically excellent schools that prepare students with the skills and confidence to pursue the paths they choose —college, career, and beyond—so they can lead fulfilling lives and build a more just world.

At KIPP Tulsa University Prep High School, we believe in choice-filled lives. We equip students with the social, emotional, and academic skills necessary to access a competitive world. We are creative, curious, courageous and critical thinkers. We expose the immense potential lying within and beyond ourselves. We live happy, joyful, love-filled lives. We face adversity with resilience, realistic optimism, and a growth mindset. Our alums will strengthen our community and challenge inequity. They will be masters of their own fate and lead lives of choice.

 

Sours: https://kipptulsa.org/our-schools/high-school/

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List of schools in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Wikipedia list article

List of schools in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States:

Districts[edit]

Public K-12[edit]

Tulsa Public Schools is the largest school district in Oklahoma. Each of the public districts in the county has a single high school, except for Tulsa Public Schools, which has nine. The Tulsa district also includes several charter schools.

The largest Tulsa area public school districts (those over 2000 students, as of Fall 2005) are:

  • Bixby, Oklahoma Public Schools
  • Broken Arrow, Oklahoma Public Schools
  • Catoosa, Oklahoma Public Schools
  • Claremore, Oklahoma Public Schools
  • Collinsville, Oklahoma Public Schools
  • Glenpool, Oklahoma Public Schools
  • Jenks, Oklahoma Public Schools
  • Owasso, Oklahoma Public Schools
  • Sand Springs, Oklahoma Public Schools
  • Sapulpa, Oklahoma Public Schools
  • Skiatook, Oklahoma Public Schools
  • Tulsa, Oklahoma Public Schools
  • Union, Oklahoma Public Schools

See also: List of high schools in Oklahoma, Tulsa County

Private K-12[edit]

There are multiple private elementary and middle schools in the Tulsa metropolitan area. Most are affiliated with a specific religion or place of worship. Among the largest are:

Other private schools in the Tulsa area include many schools operated by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tulsa (sometimes with help from religious orders). Among them are:

High schools[edit]

  • Jenks Public Schools
  • Owasso Public Schools
    • Owasso High School, Owasso
    • Owasso Alternative High School, Owasso
    • Owasso Mid-High School, Owasso
  • Tulsa Public Schools
    • Booker T. Washington High School, Tulsa
    • Central High School, Tulsa
    • East Central High School, Tulsa
    • Edison Preparatory School, Tulsa
    • McLain High School for Science and Technology, Tulsa
    • Memorial High School, Tulsa
    • Nathan Hale High School, Tulsa
    • Will Rogers High School, Tulsa
    • Daniel Webster High School, Tulsa
  • Union Public Schools, Tulsa
  • Augustine Christian Academy, Tulsa
  • Berryhill High School, Tulsa
  • Bishop Kelley High School, Tulsa
  • Bixby High School, Bixby
  • Broken Arrow Senior High, Broken Arrow
  • Cascia Hall Preparatory School, Tulsa
  • Charles Page High School, Sand Springs
  • Collinsville High School, Collinsville
  • Dove Science Academy, Tulsa
  • Glenpool High School, Glenpool
  • Holland Hall, Tulsa
  • Liberty High School, Mounds
  • Metro Christian Academy, Tulsa
  • Mingo Valley Christian School, Tulsa
  • Riverfield Country Day School, Tulsa
  • Sperry High School, Sperry
  • Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences, Tulsa
  • Victory Christian School, Tulsa
  • Wright Christian Academy, Tulsa

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Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_schools_in_Tulsa,_Oklahoma
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