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Broken Arrow High School Overview

1901 East Albany Street, Broken Arrow, OK 74012 , Tel: +1 (918) 259-4310 Broken Arrow School District
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    Type: Public High School
    Grades: 9-12
  • 3838

    Students

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Broken Arrow High School Ratings & Reviews

January 17, 2019 Submitted by a student
1 star terrible school they should be shut down
November 13, 2017 Submitted by a parent
My student has done ok in this school, HOWEVER, the office staff are rude and lazy.
June 28, 2017 Submitted by a student
There exists two Broken Arrows: the one for students who are predisposed to do well, and the one for kids who don't. I'm a recent BA graduate about to start college at TU. I've been on the college track my whole life; there was never a question about my post-high school plans. Because of this, I took rigorous classes (as many AP classes as I could physically handle) and was an active participant in the arts program (4 year speech and debate kid). Because of this, I had a good high school experience. The AP teachers are phenomenal, who work miracles to teach their kids despite a gross lack of resources and are still caring, funny, and intelligent. The special ed teachers are likewise motivated. BA does have a idea range of arts programs, but band and recently show chior are the only ones who get real administrative attention, especially in the form of funding. They do great work; other programs do just as good work for little to no recognition. My friends in on level classes (and my own experience with on level math) show the sharp divide between AP BA and on level BA. The on level classes are perceived by their students to be pointless because of teacher apathy and large class sizes. If your student wants to do art or music or AP courses, absolutely come here. There are more opportunities at BAHS than nearly anywhere else in the region. If you don't want to take advantage of those opportunities, however, you will likely fall through the cracks and be better off at a smaller, more sedate district. I can't really speak for discipline or drugs or anything because I was never apart of that culture, but I will say that if you don't want to see that side of BA, it is fairly easy to ignore because of how many kids there are. When i attended BA, I knew that a problem existed, but I never had to confront it. My BA experience was great. But not everyone's was. It is not a consistent school district, but the AP program really is amazing.
May 20, 2017 Submitted by a community member
This school is unique because you can graduate with an associates degree. BA high school has a nationally ranked band program and has phenomenal school spirit. BA High is wonderful programs for everyone. It is a large school but small enough where every student matters.
February 27, 2017 Submitted by a community member
"Well, if you're thinking of sending your child here I have one suggestion. DON'T!!! If your child is unique in any way besides sports it'll be a bad experience. I have autism and I can't describe the horrible treatment that I received. First off, the bullies. I was pushed, yelled at, called horrible names and threatened in every way possible because I was different. I remember walking to GSA after school and I was cornered by a group of girls from the volleyball team. If my friend hadn't spotted me across the courtyard, I might have been done for. Most of the teachers hate their jobs, with the exception of maybe four who actually care about their students and want them to succeed. The school does nothing about bullying. I was bullied to the point of feeling worthless and trying to end my life. Many others have had the same experience here. Almost all of my friends have been taken home early at least twice because they can't handle the environment. It's also way too crowded. Kids are forced to eat outside in 10 degree weather because there's no room in the cafeteria and we aren't allowed to eat in the hallways. The bullying doesn't get handled unless you threaten to take it to court, which my mother did after months of me getting harassed and the staff not caring. A teacher actually told my mother that maybe if I weren't such an ""unusual"" teenager people wouldn't pick on me. She was infuriated and almost took me out of the school then and there. The point of pulling me out was when I just collapsed onto the ground and sobbed when someone started screaming horrible things at me and I had to be hospitalized when I attempted to do something that would permanently end everything. The school doesn't like mental illnesses and disabilities. They'll blame someone who's getting bullied if they have a disability of any kind because the others are just ""confused"" or ""they don't understand"". The drug problem is HORRIBLE! I can't tell you how many times I've walked in on drug trades in the bathrooms or empty classrooms and how many times I've been threatened for seeing them. I don't know if this will get posted because of all of the horrible details, but everyone needs to be aware of how this place can impact someone. Please consider somewhere else..."
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Average Rent in Broken Arrow, OK

  • Broken Arrow, OK Average Rental Price, February 2020 $874 /mo

Broken Arrow, OK Apartment Rent Ranges

  • $501-$70010%
  • $701-$1,00076%
  • $1,001-$1,50013%

Broken Arrow, OK Education Statistics

  • No High School2%
  • Some High School28%
  • Some College31%
  • Associate Degree9%
  • Bachelor Degree21%
  • Graduate Degree8%

Apartments and homes for rent near Broken Arrow High School

Your child’s education is your top priority. We know that because—well, you’re looking at this page, aren’t you? If you think your kid would feel right at home at Broken Arrow High School, and you are contemplating moving closer so the little rascal will never miss a class, we have some good news for you and your family. Commute will never be an issue if you pick an apartment within 5 miles of Broken Arrow High School, and that should not be hard as you can currently choose from 43 apartments for rent available in this part of Broken Arrow. Not familiar with rent prices in the area? The cheapest apartment near Broken Arrow High School is currently at The Greens at Broken Arrow, renting for $620 per month, but if $3,836 is still within your budget, check out the more luxurious offers at Creekside Apartments. Or just do what most other parents do and go for the middle ground—that’s where you get the best value for money most of the time.

Things you should know about Broken Arrow High School

Before you start packing, make sure Broken Arrow High School is really the best option for your child. To recap, Broken Arrow High School is a well-known public 9-12 school in Broken Arrow. It is located at 1901 East Albany Street, Broken Arrow, OK 74012 and it is the second home of 3838 students. Please note that available apartments near a given school are filtered by proximity, not by attendance zone. We advise parents to visit the schools in person and contact the admissions offices for further information on school performance and attendance zones before making a final decision.

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