Public & Private Schools in Moore

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Public & Private Schools in Moore OK

Shaping today’s students into tomorrow’s leaders is not only Moore Public Schools’ mission, but also the mission of all our educational outlets that serve our students. Taking pride in providing educational opportunities helps make a difference in students’ lives and also prepares them for further academic pursuits or for direct placement careers.

Spanning 159 square miles, the Moore School District serves the educational needs of 24,500 students. Located in an ever-growing area, Moore Public Schools enjoys a diversified student population educated at three high schools, VISTA Academy, 6 junior high schools and 25 elementary schools, with grades pre-kindergarten through 12.

Thanks to the continued support of the community, a recent $209 million bond issue generated funds that are being used to add storm shelters at those schools and other sites that are currently without a FEMA-rated shelter. Additionally, improvements are being made to classrooms, media centers and athletic facilities, along with advances in technology.

The foundation of our academic program is grounded in our mission to help students become contributing members of society. We believe the best avenue to accomplish that goal is through a stimulating academic approach in a student-centered environment. Twenty-three units of credit are required for graduation, and the traditional six-hour instructional day is the current delivery schedule.

  • The elementary program spans pre-kindergarten through sixth grade where students are nurtured in a safe, caring environment and stimulated with engaged learning of fundamental skills.
  • At the middle level, we have schools organized into six junior high schools. Our middle level focus continues to rest on strong literacy instruction with English and reading classes required. Science, social studies and mathematics instruction is expanded to prepare students for high school course work and eventual graduation with a decided emphasis on making students prepared for college and careers.
  • Our three high schools create opportunities for students to begin to “chart their own course” with a wide range of curricular offerings including a productive partnership with Moore-Norman Technology Center as well as a growing list of courses offered for concurrent enrollment (dual credit).

Instruction in the arts begins in our elementary schools and is expanded throughout our secondary program through specific course offerings at every grade level. Computer, business and technology instruction, world language instruction, physical education, journalism and additional elective options are available as students mature and express personal learning goals and preferences.

We embrace the reality of wide student diversity. Gifted education is provided at the elementary level and Pre-AP and AP courses are offered at the secondary level. Students with special needs are served across the entire continuum of special education services. ESL and ELL programs are operational across the district. We recognize that students who experience life circumstances that make learning difficult need options, and we continue to provide alternative education through both day and evening programs as well as a growing internet-based program of studies.

Ultimately, Moore Public Schools is all about our students. Recognizing our need to stay current in vision and practice, as a staff, we are committed to continuous professional learning. We stay grounded in proven traditional practice but are consistently open to change that will improve learning and create positive outcomes for our students. We remain excited about serving our students as we grow personally and collectively, continuing our tradition as a vibrant and committed school district.

Education Higher Providing Options

As the needs of businesses continue to evolve, being prepared as you enter the workforce is vital. Numerous entities that serve the Moore area provide programs that give students the knowledge they need to begin a prosperous career after graduation.

Mid-America Christian University
3500 SW 119th St., Oklahoma City
(405) 691-3800 www.macu.edu

Mid-America provides the recent high school graduate a traditional campus experience or a motivated working adult a range of programs such as:

Bachelor of Science – Psychology; Bachelor of Science – Psychology, Criminal Justice Concentration; Bachelor of Science – Business Administration; Bachelor of Science – Business Administration, Accounting Concentration; Bachelor of Science – Business Administration, Marketing Emphasis; Bachelor of Science – Business Administration, Sports Management Emphasis; Bachelor of Science – Marketing; Bachelor of Arts – English: Literary and Cultural Studies; Associate of Arts – General Studies; Bachelor of Arts – Social Sciences and History; Bachelor of Science – Biology; Bachelor of Science – Mathematics; Bachelor of Science – Specialized Ministry; Bachelor of Science – Bible and Theology; Bachelor of Science – Music Performance; Bachelor of Science – Music and Worship Ministry; Bachelor of Science – Music Business; Bachelor of Arts – Elementary Education; Bachelor of Arts – Secondary English Education; Bachelor of Arts – Secondary Mathematics Education; Bachelor of Arts – Secondary Social Studies Education; Bachelor of Arts – Elementary/Secondary Vocal Music Education; Bachelor of Arts – Early Childhood Education.

Moore Norman Technology Center Franklin Road Campus
4701 12th Ave., NW, Norman
(405) 801-5000

Moore Norman Technology Center South Penn Campus
13301 S. Pennsylvania, Oklahoma City
(405) 801-5000 • www.mntc.edu

Moore Norman Technology Center provides you the path to a new career in programs such as: Accounting, Automation Technician, Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing, Automotive Service Technology, Biotechnology, Carpentry, CNC Machining, Computer Aided Design & Drafting, Database Administration, Cosmetology, Cyber Defense, Dental Assisting, Entrepreneurship, Esthetician, Digital Video Production, Electrical Apprentice, HVAC/R, Master Instructor, Graphic Design, Legal Office Services, Nurse Aide, Medical Assisting, Network Information Systems, Personal Fitness Trainer, Practical Nursing, Physical Therapy Aide, Practicing Master Instructor, Pre-Engineering, Programming & Software Development, Pre-Nursing, Service Careers Maintenance, Surgical Technology, Teacher Prep, Virtualization & Cloud Storage, Veterinary Assistance, Web Design and Welding.

Oklahoma City Community College
7777 S. May Ave., Oklahoma City
(405) 682-1611 • www.occc.edu

Oklahoma City Community College offers a variety of associate degrees and certificate of mastery programs based on your education and career goals, such as: Accounting, Allied Health, Anesthesia Technology, Art, Automotive Technology, Banking and Finance, Biology, Broadcasting, Business, Business Management, Chemistry, Child Development, Clinical Research, Community/Public Health, Computer Networking Support, Computer Programming, Computer Science (OU/UCO), Computer Systems Support, Computer-Aided Design, Cyber/Information Security, Dentistry (Pre-Dentistry), Diesel Technology, Digital Cinema Production, Diversified Studies, Education (Pre-Education), Emergency Medical Sciences, Pre-Engineering, Engineering Technology, Enterprise Development, French, Geographic Information Systems, Graphic Design, History, Humanities, Journalism, Liberal Studies, Management Information Systems, Mathematics, Medical Assistant, Medicine (Pre-Medicine), Music, Nursing, Nursing (Pre-Baccalaureate), Occupational Therapy Assistant, Pharmacy (Pre-Pharmacy), Photography/Digital Imaging, Physical Therapy Assistant, Physics, Political Science/Pre-Law, Psychology, Public Relations, Respiratory Care Therapist, Sociology, Software Development, Spanish, Speech, Speech Language-Pathology Assistant, Surgical Technology, Theatre Arts, Web Design and Development, Workplace Writing and Communications, Unmanned Aerial Systems and Unmanned Vehicle Systems.

Platt College
201 N. Eastern Ave., Moore
(405) 912-3260 • www.plattcolleges.edu

Platt College provides you the vocational education to become an asset in today’s marketplace in one of these fields: Dental Assisting, Massage Therapy, Medical Assisting, Pharmacy Technician, Respiratory Care-AS, Culinary Arts, Pastry Arts, Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration and Combination Welding.

Professional Development Institute at OCCC
7124 S I-35 Service Rd., Oklahoma City
(405) 682-7562
www.occc.edu/pdi/

The Professional Development Institute at OCCC provides highly focused education, training and consulting services to improve workforce skill levels.

Randall University
3701 S. I-35 Service Rd., Moore
(405) 912-9000
www.ru.edu

Randall University offers programs in which students can earn an Associates of Arts, a bachelor’s degree or a master’s degree. Degrees of focus available are: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Business Management; Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Sports Management; Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Business Leadership; Bachelor of Arts in Ministry – Pastoral Ministry; Bachelor of Arts in Ministry – Youth and Family Ministry; Bachelor of Arts in Ministry – Integrated Ministry; Bachelor of Arts in Business – International; Bachelor of Arts in Business – Financial; Bachelor of Arts in Business – Management and Marketing; Bachelor of Arts in Business – Integrated Business; Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science; Bachelor of Arts in Letters; Bachelor of Arts in Multidisciplinary Studies; Bachelor of Science in Psychology; Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministry – Theology; Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministry – Pastoral Ministry; Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministry – Youth and Family Ministry; Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministry – Christian Ministry; Bachelor of Arts in Intercultural Studies; Bachelor of Arts in Worship and Music Studies; Bachelor of Science in Teacher Education – Elementary Emphasis; Bachelor of Science in Teacher Education – Secondary Emphasis/Social Studies; Bachelor of Science in Teacher Education – Secondary Emphasis/Math; Bachelor of Science in Teacher Education – Secondary Emphasis/English; Bachelor of Science in Teacher Education – Secondary Emphasis/Business; Master of Arts in Ministry; Master in Public Administration.

Private Schools and Preschools

Antioch Christian Academy
3616 SW 119th St., Oklahoma City
(405) 691-8012
Tuition: Tuition for 2018-2019 school year is $4,200, Discounts and enrollment fees may apply
Grade levels: 1st through 8th grade
Student-to-teacher ratio: 15-to-1

Creative Kids Learning Center
335 SW 134th St., Oklahoma City
(405) 799-5437
www.creativekidsok.com
Tuition: $155 weekly; enrollment fees may apply
Grade Levels: Kindergarten through 6th grade

Primrose School of SW Oklahoma City
1520 SW 119th St., Oklahoma City
(405) 793-6000
www.primroseschools.com/schools/southwest-oklahoma-city
Grade Levels: Pre-kindergarten

St. John’s Lutheran School
1032 NW 12th St., Moore
(405) 794-8686
www.stjohnsmoore.life/school-home
Tuition: Tuition for 2018-2019 school year is $4,950; discounts and enrollment fees may apply
Grade levels: Pre-K-2 through 8th grade

The Academy of Classical Christian Studies South OKC Campus
The Rock Assembly Church
12500 S. Penn Ave., Oklahoma City
(405) 478-2077
www.theacademyok.org
Tuition: For tuition and fee information, please contact the admissions office
Enrollment: Over 500, all campuses
Grade levels: Pre-K through 12th grade