Pryor Public Schools
Who We Are
Located among agricultural fields, small town living, growing industry, and thriving tech of northeastern Oklahoma, Pryor Public Schools has become the hub for an educational system focused on college preparation, career tech, and character growth. Since opening the doors in 1902, change has been a constant for Pryor Public Schools. What has remained constant is the commitment to stimulate intellectual curiosity and create life-long learners.
Today, PPS serves 2600 learners from diverse backgrounds pursuing their individual educational goals. Learners are challenged in the classroom, on the field, on the stage, by local colleges and universities, and by major corporations and local businesses as learners progress forward on their educational paths.
Pryor Public Schools offers online registration for learners and centralized services through the Education Service Center. The District is committed to providing open and equitable service to everyone.
- 45% White,
- 30.7% Native American,
- 15.9% Multi-Racial,
- 6.8% Hispanic,
- 0.8% Black,
- 0.8% Asian/Pacific Islander,
- 2.6% Bilingual Students
- 55.6% Free and Reduced Lunch
- Lincoln Elementary – Pre-K to Grade 5
- Jefferson Elementary – Pre-K to Grade 5
- Roosevelt Elementary – Pre-K to Grade 5
- Pryor Middle School – Grade 6 to Grade 8
- Pryor High School – Grade 9 to Grade 12
- Pryor Virtual Academy
Each elementary school provides Pre-K to Grade 6.
The middle school provides a well rounded curriculum with extracurricular sports, fine arts, and clubs.
The comprehensive high school provides specialized programs in leadership, career and college readiness, honors and Advanced Placement in grades 9 – 12.
All of our sites have been named as State and National Schools of Character by Character.org, and all have obtained “Lighthouse” status from the Franklin Covey Organization.