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The Vision of Moore Public Schools - Shaping Today's Students into Tomorrow's Leaders
 

Overview

Moore Public Schools is the fourth largest school system in the state (FY23), with a student population of more than 25,600. The district encompasses 176 square miles in Moore (23 sq mi) and south Oklahoma City (153 sq mi), south of 82nd Street.

  • Population of District: 134,311
  • Population by Race (according to OSDE)
    • American Indian 4.4%
    • Asian/Pacific Islander 5.3%
    • Black 6.9%
    • Hispanic 16.6%
    • Two or More Races 18.8%
    • Caucasian 48%
  • Average Household Income: $74,645
Moore Public Schools is divided into school attendance zones or areas. Students enroll in the school dictated by their residence. Our district includes:
  • 3 High Schools (grades 9-12)
  • 6 Junior High Schools (grades 7-8)
  • 25 Elementary Schools (grades pre-K-6)
  • 1 Alternative Academy
Moore Public Schools is accredited by:
  • Oklahoma State Department of Education
  • North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (9-12)
  • Oklahoma Department of Career and Technical Education
Financial Facts
  • District estimated General Fund Budget: $228,085,806
  • Building Fund: $11,806,445
  • Child Nutrition Fund: $13,764,331
  • Budgeted per pupil expenditure: $9,320.84
Employees
  • Total: 2,914 (FY23)
  • Certified teachers and administrators: 1,500
  • Support personnel: 1,307
  • Certified staff has an average of 13 years of experience with more than 31% holding advanced degrees.
  • Average teacher compensation: $59,482 (w/ fringe)
    • Oklahoma's average teacher compensation is $48,285.
Enrollment
  • Elementary: 13,097
  • Junior High: 3,706
  • High School: 7,386
Student Performance
  • Average ACT score - Moore Schools: 18.6, State of Oklahoma: 17.8
  • Percentage of students meeting or exceeding grade level standards - Moore Schools: 37%, State of Oklahoma 27%