Bartlesville Public Schools will host a meeting for prospective students on Tuesday, March 8th in the Commons on the Bartlesville High School campus at 6:30 p.m. Parking is available in the large lot on the east side of Shawnee near 18th Street, and the Freshman Academy and Commons entrances will be open.
During the meeting, superintendent Chuck McCauley will meet the new families, share information, and answer questions in an informal setting. District and building administrators will also be available to answer questions. If parents are interested but cannot attend, they can use this link to submit follow-up information.
This year the Bartlesville District had over 120 new students enroll from out of state schools, over 60 from other districts within the state, 42 from online charter schools, 24 from home school, and another 18 from local private schools.
Bartlesville Public Schools is a PLTW Distinguished District and the only comprehensive district in Oklahoma to have every school earn Distinguished status in the Project Lead the Way STEM programs.
Every year, Bartlesville High School produces top performing scholars such as Academic All-State students, Finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program, and International Science Fair qualifiers. Our students are enriched with the top-performing fine arts programs and compete in the 6A level of athletics, winning six state championships since 2016.
Bartlesville Schools has more options available than before the pandemic, including full and part-time virtual classes for students from Pre-Kindergarten through 12th Grade.
Supt. McCauley shared, “As our community thrives, we continue to have families express interest in Bartlesville Schools. We want to be as open and accommodating as possible to serve our current and prospective students. This will be an opportunity for parents to see what we have to offer. It is a great time to be a Bruin!”