Brink is a feeder school for Westmoore High School and is located in South Oklahoma City. Students come to Brink from South Lake, Eastlake, Earlywine, Fisher, and Red Oak elementary schools. Brink serves 606 students in grades 7 and 8 and employs 47 certified teachers, two counselors and two administrators. We also have a media specialist, a nurse, a speech pathologist and several teaching assistants. Our school hours for students are 7:40 a.m. - 2:16 p.m. daily. We hope you enjoy our site and find the information you need.
Brink Junior High School has always set high standards of achievement, citizenship, and leadership. It has been characteristic for our students to have pride in themselves and in their school. This pride, when coupled with a desire to do their best in the classroom and in co-curricular activities, makes our student body the outstanding group that it is.
All students are encouraged to contribute to Brink's fine tradition through participation in school activities and giving an honest effort in the classroom. You will find the faculty most anxious to help them in everyway possible.
Brink Junior High School believes that our primary goal is to prepare our students to be productive and responsible members of our society. We acknowledge from the outset that each student has different talents and abilities. Therefore, our efforts bring about productive and responsible individuals.
We encourage the acquisition of academic and technological skills that will prepare students to transmit the technology of the future. Moreover, we believe that these skills are best acquired through critical thinking, management of resources, challenging experiences, and the fulfillment of learning.
We encourage responsibility among our students by exposing them to cultural, artistic, social skills and moral values. We encourage respect for the civil rights of others by treating our students with respect and equality. Ultimately, we strive to assist the student in the development of an appreciation of one's self and others.
The Moore Public School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies.