Public & Private Schools in Muskogee, OK

Students in Muskogee, OK have many educational opportunities.

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Oklahoma School for the Blind in Muskogee, OK
Jeff Adkins

Muskogee is bustling with educational opportunities. Primary and secondary education facilities give everyone from the incoming kindergartner to the high school student options to suit all their educational needs. 

Muskogee Public Schools educates approximately 6,500 pre-K through 12-graders at 14 facilities. The 16-to-1 student to teacher ratio makes it easier for children to get personal attention.

Around 1,800 students attend the four schools that make up the Hilldale Public Schools district. The district earned an eight out of 10 district rating from, which compiles information on school performance from its listings of 200,000 public and private schools.

The Oklahoma School for the Blind, founded in 1897 for blind children of the Indian Territory, became a state-supported school in 1907. Some areas of study available are adapted physical education and independent living skills. 

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