Strong Education
Broken Arrow schools are definitely a reflection of the community they serve. Oklahoma's largest high school is noted for success in just about everything it does and education, the most important responsibility of the school system, is on the top of its list. Whether young men and women are looking for honors courses to prepare them for the challenges of major colleges or taking advantage of the opportunities of technology training through the Tulsa Technology Center, which has a large campus in Broken Arrow, there is a dedication to excellence.

While Broken Arrow Public Schools serve most of the community, much of the western portion of the city is part of the Union Public School District, also one of the state's biggest and best. Both high schools are among the leaders each year in the chase for merit scholarships and many other college scholarships.

Private Schools & Colleges
There are also private schools, which serve the area, and a strong home schooling base of support for those who wish to take that option.

Once they've graduated from high school, our young men and women have the option of traveling less than two hours to Oklahoma State University, a little more to the University of Oklahoma, or staying close to home at the University of Tulsa, Oral Roberts UniversityTulsa Community College (TCC), and the Broken Arrow campus of Northeastern State University (NSU). The Broken Arrow campus of NSU also hosts classes of TCC for freshmen and sophomores, providing degree programs from start to finish right there on the local site. NSU's Tahlequah campus is only an hour away and the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville is an easy drive. 

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