Welcome to BPS
Welcome to Bixby Public Schools. We are a close-knit community situated just 15 minutes south of Tulsa and are proud to be the fastest growing community in the state. Our school district is proud of its commitment to excellence in education and its student achievement.
Such commitment to excellence comes in part from Bixby' strong community spirit, where our citizens are proud of their youth and show great support for the district's academic growth and athletics.
We invite you to take a look around our website and learn why we are proud to call Bixby home.
About Our Community
Bixby is located in southeast Tulsa County in the beautiful Arkansas River Valley. It is one of the fastest growing cities in the Tulsa area with a population of just under 16,000. Bixby's close proximity to Tulsa plus its small, rural atmosphere, make it extremely attractive to newcomers.
The Bixby School District serves over 5,400 students within the approximately 100 square miles of school boundaries.
About Our School
The schools are organized into four separate grade groupings--elementary schools, intermediate grade level schools, middle school and high school. The schools in our system are organized as follows:
We are in the process of building two new schools in our district:
All schools are fully accredited by the State of Oklahoma. Bixby High School is also accredited by the North Central Association.
No Child Left Behind
As required by No Child Left Behind legislation, reports on individual schools are part of the annual district report cards, also known as local report cards. Each school district must prepare and disseminate annual local report cards that include information on how students in the district and in each school performed on state assessments. The report cards must state student performance in terms of three levels: basic, proficient and advanced. Achievement data must be disaggregated, or broken out, by student subgroups according to: race, ethnicity, gender, English language proficiency, migrant status, disability status and low-income status. The report cards must also tell which schools have been identified as needing improvement, corrective action or restructuring.
Click on the links below to access our individual school's accountability data report:
Click on the links below to access our district and site state report cards: