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Oklahoma City Public Schools

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Oklahoma City Public Schools
3101 Lyon Blvd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma73112
United States
District information
TypePublic, Primary, Secondary, Co-Educational, Independent
MottoPreparing students for success in school, work, and life
GradesPK - 12
SuperintendentDr. Sean McDaniel
Budget$400 million[1]
Students and staff
Other information

The Oklahoma City Public Schools, abbreviated OKCPS, is a multicultural public school district serving most of the urban area of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is the largest primary and secondary education district in the state of Oklahoma with 66 schools and approximately 46,000 students enrolled students during the 2016–2017 school year.[1]


Subscription schools were the first schools in Oklahoma Territory, but public schools began to emerge in the 1890s, shortly before 1907 statehood. By 1909, Oklahoma City had ten public school buildings.[2] By 1930 the city had three high schools, six junior high schools, and 51 elementary schools with an enrollment of 38,593.[2]


High schools

Middle schools

  • Jefferson Middle School
  • Roosevelt Middle School
  • Taft Middle School
  • Northeast Academy
  • Belle Isle Enterprise
  • John W. Rex Charter
  • Oklahoma Centennial Mid-High School
  • Rogers Middle School
  • Emerson Mid-high School
  • Douglass Mid-High School
  • Classen School of Advanced Studies
  • Webster Middle School


  1. ^ a b c "Oklahoma City Public Schools", (accessed April 19, 2013)
  2. ^ a b Wilson, Linda D. "Oklahoma City" "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-03-18. Retrieved 2014-12-12.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link), Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture (accessed April 19, 2013)

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