Tulsa Public Schools

Tulsa Public Schools has a great web site.

They include some history of Tulsa and describe why we are known as “green country.” Also, Tulsa is considered the cultural and arts center of Oklahoma with two world-renowned art museums, one of the largest concentrations of art deco architecture and full-time professional opera and ballet companies. Tulsa was named one of America’s most livable large cities by Partners for Livable Communities, Forbes and Relocate America.

TPS Monroe studentsDual Language Immersion Program students (TPS photo by T.J. Gerlach)

So, you wouldn’t expect anything but the best from our public school system. The web site has an easy boundary map and lists of elementary, junior high and middle schools and high schools.

Read about our Tulsa school board members – all active community leaders elected to their post. Please contact any of them directly if you have a question about a school in the district they represent.

TPS Park_Green_Team by Tracy KounsTulsa Public Schools Park Green Team (photo by Tracy Kouns)

Lots of information is included on this site, including policies, programs, bus routes and schedules and meetings. You can check out the TPS Student Progress Portal, the “No Child Left Behind Act annual report card, and school profiles.

Tulsa Public Schools is committed to providing a quality learning experience for every student, every day, without exception.