Top Oklahoma Public Schools

Student by Ethnicity

(OK) School Average
American Indian
14%
Asian
2%
Hispanic
17%
Black
9%
White
49%
Two or more races
9%
This chart display the percentage breakdown of public school students of all ethnic groups in OK.

Top Overall Ranked Public Schools in Oklahoma (2020)

  • School Student Proficiency Grades Location
  • 1.
    Clegern Elementary SchoolRank: #1
    Math: 85-89% (Top 1%) Reading: 85-89% (Top 1%)Math: 85-89% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 85-89% (Top 1%)
    Grades: PK-5601 South Jackson Street
    EdmondOK 73034
    (405)340-2955

  • 2.Math: 85-89% (Top 1%) Reading: 80-84% (Top 1%)Math: 85-89% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 80-84% (Top 1%)
    Grades: PK-519 North Boulevard
    EdmondOK 73003
    (405)340-2985

  • 3.
    Parkland Elementary SchoolRank: #3
    Math: 80-84% (Top 1%) Reading: 75-79% (Top 1%)Math: 80-84% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 75-79% (Top 1%)
    Grades: PK-32201 South Cornwell Drive
    YukonOK 73099
    (405)354-7786

  • 4.
    Wayland Bonds Elementary SchoolRank: #4
    Math: 78% (Top 1%) Reading: 77% (Top 1%)Math: 78% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 77% (Top 1%)
    Grades: PK-614025 South May Avenue
    Oklahoma CityOK 73170
    (405)735-4500

  • 5.
    Centennial Elementary SchoolRank: #5
    Math: 82% (Top 1%) Reading: 73% (Top 1%)Math: 82% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 73% (Top 1%)
    Grades: PK-54400 North Coltrane
    EdmondOK 73034
    (405)340-2275

  • 6.
    Grove Valley Elementary SchoolRank: #6
    Math: 80% (Top 1%) Reading: 73% (Top 1%)Math: 80% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 73% (Top 1%)
    Grades: PK-43500 Northwest 192nd Street
    EdmondOK 73012
    (405)359-3195

  • 7.
    Chisholm Elementary SchoolRank: #7
    Math: 76% (Top 1%) Reading: 71% (Top 5%)Math: 76% (Top 1%)
    Reading: 71% (Top 5%)
    Grades: PK-52300 Southeast 33rd Street
    EdmondOK 73013
    (405)340-2950

  • 8.-10.
    Bixby North Elementary SchoolRank: #8-10
    Math: 70-74% (Top 5%) Reading: 70-74% (Top 1%)Math: 70-74% (Top 5%)
    Reading: 70-74% (Top 1%)
    Grades: PK-37101 East 121st Street
    BixbyOK 74008
    (918)366-2690

  • 8.-10.
    Deer Creek Elementary SchoolRank: #8-10
    Math: 70-74% (Top 5%) Reading: 70-74% (Top 1%)Math: 70-74% (Top 5%)
    Reading: 70-74% (Top 1%)
    Grades: PK-44704 North West 164th Street
    EdmondOK 73013
    (405)348-9100

  • 8.-10.
    Ranchwood Elementary SchoolRank: #8-10
    Math: 70-74% (Top 5%) Reading: 70-74% (Top 1%)Math: 70-74% (Top 5%)
    Reading: 70-74% (Top 1%)
    Grades: PK-3607 Annawood Drive
    YukonOK 73099
    (405)354-6616

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Top Oklahoma Public Schools by County (2020)

County
# Schools
# Students
% Minority
17 Schools
4,480 Students
80% Minority
8 Schools
882 Students
20% Minority
10 Schools
2,290 Students
50% Minority
8 Schools
1,093 Students
41% Minority
13 Schools
4,032 Students
29% Minority
13 Schools
2,089 Students
42% Minority
23 Schools
7,981 Students
46% Minority
30 Schools
5,983 Students
63% Minority
46 Schools
28,610 Students
35% Minority
28 Schools
8,959 Students
45% Minority
21 Schools
7,963 Students
79% Minority
13 Schools
2,433 Students
59% Minority
7 Schools
393 Students
44% Minority
71 Schools
45,830 Students
46% Minority
6 Schools
1,086 Students
55% Minority
47 Schools
20,929 Students
56% Minority
7 Schools
1,026 Students
38% Minority
13 Schools
2,605 Students
53% Minority
38 Schools
12,678 Students
39% Minority
15 Schools
5,477 Students
48% Minority
19 Schools
6,457 Students
62% Minority
9 Schools
1,119 Students
23% Minority
6 Schools
783 Students
21% Minority
35 Schools
12,363 Students
44% Minority
22 Schools
5,401 Students
38% Minority
33 Schools
9,584 Students
27% Minority
7 Schools
771 Students
18% Minority
6 Schools
1,063 Students
31% Minority
3 Schools
563 Students
66% Minority
4 Schools
777 Students
37% Minority
10 Schools
2,352 Students
47% Minority
12 Schools
2,319 Students
51% Minority
16 Schools
4,589 Students
52% Minority
9 Schools
1,123 Students
32% Minority
13 Schools
1,922 Students
47% Minority
23 Schools
8,058 Students
39% Minority
16 Schools
3,501 Students
37% Minority
10 Schools
1,612 Students
38% Minority
7 Schools
1,281 Students
48% Minority
40 Schools
9,801 Students
50% Minority
23 Schools
5,424 Students
32% Minority
13 Schools
4,563 Students
35% Minority
9 Schools
1,891 Students
49% Minority
6 Schools
1,290 Students
25% Minority
6 Schools
3,094 Students
58% Minority
22 Schools
7,141 Students
57% Minority
21 Schools
7,934 Students
32% Minority
29 Schools
6,661 Students
55% Minority
14 Schools
3,130 Students
52% Minority
8 Schools
2,568 Students
43% Minority
37 Schools
13,033 Students
63% Minority
11 Schools
3,162 Students
36% Minority
8 Schools
1,747 Students
50% Minority
14 Schools
2,050 Students
56% Minority
234 Schools
144,936 Students
61% Minority
22 Schools
6,378 Students
54% Minority
33 Schools
7,269 Students
52% Minority
22 Schools
5,745 Students
53% Minority
9 Schools
2,764 Students
37% Minority
26 Schools
11,114 Students
36% Minority
32 Schools
7,695 Students
52% Minority
23 Schools
7,240 Students
54% Minority
38 Schools
13,328 Students
42% Minority
13 Schools
2,228 Students
45% Minority
6 Schools
728 Students
30% Minority
34 Schools
14,733 Students
47% Minority
23 Schools
4,890 Students
54% Minority
25 Schools
8,057 Students
57% Minority
26 Schools
7,727 Students
32% Minority
23 Schools
4,845 Students
70% Minority
10 Schools
1,443 Students
59% Minority
175 Schools
112,924 Students
57% Minority
22 Schools
9,811 Students
45% Minority
20 Schools
9,699 Students
43% Minority
9 Schools
2,026 Students
26% Minority
9 Schools
1,352 Students
22% Minority
13 Schools
3,772 Students
29% Minority
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