Moore High School (Oklahoma)
|Moore High School|
|300 North Eastern Avenue
Moore, Oklahoma, 73160
|Teaching staff||127.60 (FTE)|
|Student to teacher ratio||17.95|
|Color(s)||Red & Royal Blue|
Moore High School is a four-year comprehensive high school located in Moore, Oklahoma, a suburb south of Oklahoma City. The school offers several Advanced Placement courses including AP Government, AP Studio Art, AP Literature and AP Psychology.
The demographic breakdown of the 2,291 students enrolled in 2013-2014 was:
- Male - 52.9%
- Female - 47.1%
- Native American/Alaskan - 8.7%
- Asian/Pacific islanders - 2.4%
- Black - 7.9%
- Hispanic - 11.0%
- White - 53.4%
- Multiracial - 16.6%
36.4% of the students were eligible for free or reduced lunch.
- Tom Cole (class of 1967): current U.S. Congressman from Oklahoma; former Oklahoma Secretary of State and state senator
- Mike Hinckley (class of 2001): relief pitcher selected in the third round of the 2001 Major League Baseball Draft and debuted in Major League Baseball with the Washington Nationals in 2008
- Corey Ivy (class of 1995): American football cornerback who played for the University of Oklahoma and in the NFL and UFL from 2001 to 2010
- Jesse Jane (born Cindy Taylor) (class of 1998): pornographic actress who starred in the music video for "Step Up" by Drowning Pool
- Toby Keith (class of 1979): country singer
- Randy Wayne (class of 1999): TV and film actor
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