Most Diverse Public Schools in Oklahoma

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  • The average public school diversity score in Oklahoma is approximately 0.70 per year (2020).
  • The most diverse public schools are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The most diverse school in Oklahoma is currently Jarman Elementary School, with a diversity score of 0.81.

Most Diverse Public Schools in Oklahoma (2020)

  • School Diversity Score Grades Location
  • 1.
    Jarman Elementary SchoolRank: #1
    Diversity Score: 0.81
    Grades: PK-59015 East 79th Street
    TulsaOK 74133
    (918)357-4335

  • 2.-6.
    Alice Robertson Junior High SchoolRank: #2-6
    Diversity Score: 0.80
    Grades: 7-8402 North S St
    MuskogeeOK 74403
    (918)684-3775

  • 2.-6.
    Idabel Middle SchoolRank: #2-6
    Diversity Score: 0.80
    Grades: 6-8100 Northeast Avenue D
    IdabelOK 74745
    (580)286-6558

  • 2.-6.
    Horace Mann Elementary SchoolRank: #2-6
    Diversity Score: 0.80
    Grades: PK-61105 Northwest 45th Street
    Oklahoma CityOK 73118
    (405)587-3500

  • 2.-6.
    Muskogee High SchoolRank: #2-6
    Diversity Score: 0.80
    Grades: 9-123200 East Shawnee Road
    MuskogeeOK 74403
    (918)684-3750

  • 2.-6.
    Thomas Jefferson Elementary SchoolRank: #2-6
    Diversity Score: 0.80
    Grades: PK-58418 South 107th East Avenue
    TulsaOK 74133
    (918)357-4321

  • 7.-11. Diversity Score: 0.79
    Grades: PK-11212 East Tyler Drive
    IdabelOK 74745
    (580)286-4400

  • 7.-11.
    Central Elementary SchoolRank: #7-11
    Diversity Score: 0.79
    Grades: 2-5206 Southeast F Avenue
    IdabelOK 74745
    (580)286-5346

  • 7.-11.
    Jefferson Elementary SchoolRank: #7-11
    Diversity Score: 0.79
    Grades: 1-5333 Carter Street Se
    ArdmoreOK 73401
    (580)223-2474

  • 7.-11.
    Washington Elementary SchoolRank: #7-11
    Diversity Score: 0.79
    Grades: PK-5805 Northwest Columbia Avenue
    LawtonOK 73507
    (580)353-6299

  • 7.-11.
    Daniel Webster High SchoolRank: #7-11
    Diversity Score: 0.79
    Grades: 9-121919 West 40th Street
    TulsaOK 74107
    (918)746-8000

  • 12.-20.
    Key Elementary SchoolRank: #12-20
    Diversity Score: 0.78
    Grades: PK-65702 South Irvington Avenue
    TulsaOK 74135
    (918)833-9480

  • 12.-20.
    Edison Elementary SchoolRank: #12-20
    Diversity Score: 0.78
    Grades: PK-55801 Northwest Columbia Avenue
    LawtonOK 73505
    (580)536-4223

  • 12.-20.
    Daniel Webster Middle SchoolRank: #12-20
    Diversity Score: 0.78
    Grades: 6-82224 West 41st Street
    TulsaOK 74107
    (918)746-8640

  • 12.-20.
    Cleveland Elementary SchoolRank: #12-20
    Diversity Score: 0.78
    Grades: PK-51202 Southwest 27th Street
    LawtonOK 73505
    (580)353-8861

  • 12.-20.
    Eugene Field Elementary SchoolRank: #12-20
    Diversity Score: 0.78
    Grades: PK-52249 South Phoenix Avenue
    TulsaOK 74107
    (918)746-8840

  • 12.-20.
    Lincoln Elementary SchoolRank: #12-20
    Diversity Score: 0.78
    Grades: PK-5601 Southwest Park Avenue
    LawtonOK 73501
    (580)355-4799

  • 12.-20.
    Will Rogers Elementary SchoolRank: #12-20
    Diversity Score: 0.78
    Grades: PK-K1441 N Washington
    ArdmoreOK 73402
    (580)223-2482

  • 12.-20.
    Monroe Elementary SchoolRank: #12-20
    Diversity Score: 0.78
    Grades: PK-64810 North Linn Avenue
    Oklahoma CityOK 73112
    (405)587-5600

  • 12.-20.
    Eisenhower Elementary SchoolRank: #12-20
    Diversity Score: 0.78
    Grades: PK-5315 Southwest 52nd Street
    LawtonOK 73505
    (580)355-4599

  • 21.-35.
    Grant-foreman Elementary SchoolRank: #21-35
    Diversity Score: 0.77
    Grades: K-6800 Bacone St
    MuskogeeOK 74403
    (918)684-3860

  • 21.-35.
    Grove Elementary SchoolRank: #21-35
    Diversity Score: 0.77
    Grades: PK-510202 East 62nd Street
    TulsaOK 74133
    (918)357-4334

  • 21.-35.
    Edgemere Elementary SchoolRank: #21-35
    Diversity Score: 0.77
    Grades: PK-63200 North Walker Avenue
    Oklahoma CityOK 73118
    (405)587-5100

  • 21.-35.
    Almor West Elementary SchoolRank: #21-35
    Diversity Score: 0.77
    Grades: PK-56902 Southwest Delta Avenue
    LawtonOK 73505
    (580)536-6006

  • 21.-35.
    Putnam Heights Elementary SchoolRank: #21-35
    Diversity Score: 0.77
    Grades: PK-51601 Northwest 36th Street
    Oklahoma CityOK 73118
    (405)587-2700

  • 21.-35.
    Tomlinson Middle SchoolRank: #21-35
    Diversity Score: 0.77
    Grades: 6-8702 Northwest Homestead Drive
    LawtonOK 73505
    (580)585-6416

  • 21.-35.
    Muskogee Ec CenterRank: #21-35
    Diversity Score: 0.77
    Grades: PK901 Emporia
    MuskogeeOK 74401
    (918)684-3770

  • 21.-35.
    Idabel High SchoolRank: #21-35
    Diversity Score: 0.77
    Grades: 9-12901 Lincoln Road
    IdabelOK 74745
    (580)286-7693

  • 21.-35.
    Jenks East Elementary SchoolRank: #21-35
    Diversity Score: 0.77
    Grades: PK-48925 S Harvard
    JenksOK 74037
    (918)299-4411

  • 21.-35.
    Wewoka Middle SchoolRank: #21-35
    Diversity Score: 0.77
    Grades: 6-8800 S Ocheese
    WewokaOK 74884
    (405)257-2347

  • 21.-35.
    Classen Ms Of Advanced StudiesRank: #21-35
    Diversity Score: 0.77
    Grades: 6-81901 North Ellison Avenue
    Oklahoma CityOK 73106
    (405)587-5400

  • 21.-35.
    Hugo IntermediateRank: #21-35
    Diversity Score: 0.77
    Grades: 4-5505 N 8th Street
    HugoOK 74743
    (580)326-0106

  • 21.-35.
    Ridgecrest Elementary SchoolRank: #21-35
    Diversity Score: 0.77
    Grades: PK-51614 Northwest 47th Street
    LawtonOK 73505
    (580)355-6033

  • 21.-35.
    Jones Elementary SchoolRank: #21-35
    Diversity Score: 0.77
    Grades: PK-61515 South 71st East Avenue
    TulsaOK 74112
    (918)746-9040

  • 21.-35.
    Fairview Elementary SchoolRank: #21-35
    Diversity Score: 0.77
    Grades: PK-62431 Southwest 89th Street
    Oklahoma CityOK 73159
    (405)735-4170

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