Students in Broken Arrow have several options in public and faith-based schools. Here's an overview of the educational opportunities available:
Broken Arrow Public Schools
Broken Arrow is home to four pre-kindergarten centers, 14 elementary schools, five middle schools, a freshman academy, one alternative academy and one senior high school. Together the schools serve more than 18,000 students. Twelve of the elementary schools serve kindergarten through fifth grades. One serves students in kindergarten through second grade, and another serves students in third through fifth grades. Middle schools serve grades six through eight. The high school is broken up into two sites – the freshman academy for all ninth graders and the senior high school for grades 10-12.
The Broken Arrow school system is noted for its strong education and commitment to success for students. The high school is one of the largest in the state and offers many educational opportunities, including honors classes to better prepare students for college. The high school also gives students the chance to experience hands-on technology training by partnering with the Broken Arrow campus of Tulsa Technology Center.
Union Public Schools
Some Broken Arrow residents are zoned for Union Public Schools, home to approximately 16,000 students and composed of 19 schools. This includes one early childhood center for three-year-olds, 13 elementary schools for pre-kindergarten through fifth grade, and five secondary schools which includes one sixth- and seventh-grade center, an eighth-grade center, a ninth-grade center, a high school for grades 10-12, and an alternative center for grades 9-12.
All Saints Catholic School is a co-educational elementary and middle school for pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. Immanuel Lutheran Christian Academy features classrooms for ages 6 weeks through 12th grade. Summit Christian Academy offers classes for kindergarten through 12th grade.
Area Colleges and Tech Education
There are several college and tech education options close by for Broken Arrow community members. The three most popular choices in the area include Tulsa Technology Center, Tulsa Community College, and the Broken Arrow campus of Northeastern State University. There are many more collegiate options within the state, including Oklahoma State University, University of Oklahoma, University of Tulsa, Oral Roberts University and Rhema Bible Training College.