Lawton Public Schools

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Lawton Public Schools
Lawton Public Schools Logo.jpg
Location
753 Fort Sill Boulevard
Lawton, Oklahoma 73502

Comanche County
United States of America
District information
Type Public, Primary, Secondary, Co-Educational
Grades Elementary K-5
Middle School 6-8
High School 9-12
Established 1901
Superintendent Dr. Tom Deigan
Schools 33
Budget $130,205,000
Students and staff
Students 16,461
Teachers 1,089
Student-teacher ratio 15:1
Athletic conference 6A & 5A
Other information
Website www.lawtonps.org

Lawton Public Schools is a public school district based in Lawton, Oklahoma, United States.

The district serves most of the city of Lawton, a small portion of Medicine Park, and surrounding rural areas in central Comanche County. Secondary students living in the dependent districts of Bishop and Flower Mound also attend Lawton Public Schools.

Schools[edit]

Lawton Public Schools operates three high schools, four middle schools, nineteen elementary schools, and two pre-kindergarten centers.

High Schools[edit]

Middle Schools[edit]

Elementary Schools[edit]

  • Grades K-5
    • Almor West Elementary School
    • Carriage Hills Elementary School
    • Cleveland Elementary
    • Crosby Park Elementary School
    • Edison Elementary School
    • Eisenhower Elementary School
    • Freedom Elementary School
    • Hugh Bish Elementary School
    • John Adams Elementary School
    • Lincoln Elementary School
    • Pat Henry Elementary School
    • Ridgecrest Elementary School
    • Washington Elementary School
    • Whittier Elementary School
    • Woodland Hills Elementary School
  • Grades PK-5
    • Carriage Hills Elementary School
    • Pioneer Park Elementary School
    • Sullivan Village Elementary School

Pre-Kindergarten Centers[edit]

  • Beginnings Academy
  • Learning Tree Academy

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 34°37′00″N 98°24′17″W / 34.616778°N 98.404599°W / 34.616778; -98.404599