Broken Arrow Public Schools

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Broken Arrow Public Schools
701 S. Main Street
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012

Tulsa County
United States
District information
Type Public, Primary, Secondary
Established 1904
Schools 27
Students and staff
Students 19,000+
Athletic conference 6A
Other information

Broken Arrow Public Schools (BAPS) is a public school district in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Since its formation in 1904, BAPS has become a dynamic leader in public education. The district resides in an urban-suburban community with nearby agricultural areas and a growing business and industrial base. Serving more than 19,000 students, BAPS has four early childhood centers (Pre-K), 14 elementary schools (grades K-5), five middle schools (grades 6-8), one freshman academy (ninth grade), one high school (grades 10-12), one alternative academy and one site dedicated to the Margaret Hudson Program.[1][2]

Broken Arrow High School and the Freshman Academy are fully accredited by the state of Oklahoma and the North Central Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges.

The mission of BAPS is to educate, equip and empower a community of learners by providing dynamic learning opportunities which enable all students to be successful.

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