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Inspire Virtual/Blended Academy

Inspire Academy provides an alternative education path allowing students in the 6th-12th grades to complete their coursework virtually. Students in the academy may also attend and participate in OSSAA electives on campus while completing their core classes virtually.

Inspire Academy
  • Inspire Academy

    Inspire Virtual/Blended Academy

    Inspire Academy provides an alternative education path allowing students in the 6th-12th grades to complete their coursework virtually. Students in the academy may also attend and participate in OSSAA electives on campus while completing their core classes virtually.

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    Bristow FFA

    FFA Mission Statement: FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. FFA Motto : Learning to Do. Doing to Learn. Earning to Live. Living to Serve.

  • College and Career Building

    Bristow Alt. Ed Program

    Bristow Public Schools offers a self-paced educational path for at-risk students in the 7th-12th grades. The program is taught by a certified instructor and is for youth who's present or predictable status (economic, social-cultural, academic, and/or health) indicates that they might fail to successfully complete their secondary education and acquire basic life skills necessary for higher education, vocational education and/or employment.

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    Bristow Athletics

    Bristow Public Schools provides multiple athletic opportunities for all students. All of our sports are sanctioned by the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activity Association. School sponsored sports begin on a limited basis in the seventh grade. As students enter high school, we have multiple opportunities for students to participate in sports.

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    Art

    Bristow art provides students an opportunity to create a portfolio filled with artwork using a variety of art media. Throughout the year students will become familiar with the artwork of many famous artists and they will gain an art vocabulary. They will have chances to have their artwork displayed and be entered into art contests if they choose.

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    Bristow Vocal Music Program

    Bristow’s Vocal Music program provides opportunities for developing vocal abilities in grades six through twelve. The goal of our program is to provide students with the skills to strengthen their vocal abilities and health for performance, develop an appreciation for music, and find an outlet for expression. Our hope is that each student will find a lifelong love of music. Kindergarten through 5th grades enjoy music as one of their weekly activities.

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    Bristow Band Program

    The Bristow High School and Middle School Bands have a tradition of excellence, and the program is well known throughout the state of Oklahoma. The bands have earned numerous OSSAA Awards in marching as well as in concert contests and have consistently been finalists in marching contest across the state. The Bristow Band Program serves Bristow, Oklahoma, by performing at athletic events and for various community organizations as well as marching in the annual Christmas Parade.

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    Clubs and Organizations

    Information about our many student opportunities to become involved in our various clubs and organizations can be found by clicking on the Clubs and Organizations title.

  • Bristow FFA Officers

    Bristow FFA

    FFA Mission Statement: FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. FFA Motto : Learning to Do. Doing to Learn. Earning to Live. Living to Serve.

  • College and Career Building

    Bristow Alt. Ed Program

    Bristow Public Schools offers a self-paced educational path for at-risk students in the 7th-12th grades. The program is taught by a certified instructor and is for youth who's present or predictable status (economic, social-cultural, academic, and/or health) indicates that they might fail to successfully complete their secondary education and acquire basic life skills necessary for higher education, vocational education and/or employment.

  • Pirate logo

    Bristow Athletics

    Bristow Public Schools provides multiple athletic opportunities for all students. All of our sports are sanctioned by the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activity Association. School sponsored sports begin on a limited basis in the seventh grade. As students enter high school, we have multiple opportunities for students to participate in sports.

  • Wall Art

    Art

    Bristow art provides students an opportunity to create a portfolio filled with artwork using a variety of art media. Throughout the year students will become familiar with the artwork of many famous artists and they will gain an art vocabulary. They will have chances to have their artwork displayed and be entered into art contests if they choose.

Why Us

Our Mission:

Believing that all students can learn, Bristow Public Schools shares with parents, students, and the community the responsibility of educating our youth to assure that all students make a smooth transition from school to life.

Quality Instruction

BPS strives for high quality programs with strong traditions of excellence that engender great community pride. Our servant-minded educators are warm and caring while instilling a desire to learn in their students. The district is dedicated to keeping class sizes small to ensure each child's needs are met.

Welcoming

"In 2020, during a time of so much uncertainty, our family moved to the Bristow community. Although, our girls had attended private school in the past, we had so much assurance and peace that sending our girls to Bristow Public Schools was the right decision. From the very beginning our girls and family were welcomed with open arms. Bristow Public School still to this day offers that same comfort for our family, not a doubt in our minds that this was the very best move for our family. Bristow Public School is a family of caring, thoughtful, dedicated individuals devoted to enrich our children's lives as well as the community itself. Bristow has constantly poured into our girls from education to support that goings beyond the school doors. Bristow Public School has been nothing short of a blessing to our family. " A.L.

Access to Latest Technology

Bristow Public Schools strives to build the technology infrastructure that will support learning in the classroom. The district's technology capabilities rival those of larger districts in the state. This, along with consistent professional development opportunities for staff, allows teachers the ability to use current technologies in the classroom. In doing so, students are able to transition easily into a technology-rich workforce after graduation due to their familiarity to the technologies used throughout their educational career .

Spotlight

Jennifer Morgan-Edison

Jennifer Morgan is Edison Teacher of the Year. She has been a Speech-Language Pathologist at BPS for 21 years. She believes everyone deserves a voice. At the end of the day, if she has helped a student exercise his/her right to communicate, whether verbally or nonverbally, it’s been a good day!

- Edison Teacher of the Year

Mindy Aston Collins TOY

Mindy Aston has taught for 15th year and currently teaches 4th grade Reading and ELA. She strives to create a classroom community that blends academics and social skills. She believes that building trusting relationships, creating a safe and comfortable learning environment, and providing love and guidance are essential.

- Collins Teacher of the Year

Kim Shockley MS TOY

Kim Shockley is the MS Teacher of the Year. This is her 23rd year with BPS. She was a classroom teacher for 21 years before moving to the MS to become the library media specialist. Kim strives to promote literacy and a love for learning. Her greatest joy is when students fill the library asking for books and discussing their interests.

- MS Teacher of the Year

Joe McGovran HS TOY

Joe McGovran is our HS Teacher of the Year. Joe believes that to set his students up for success, it is important for them to be able to work together. Through agricultural education, students are provided opportunities for leadership development, personal growth and career success. Joe hopes to prepare students for successful careers and a lifetime of success.

- HS Teacher of the Year