Education Gets Top Marks in Owasso, Oklahoma.
Many residents chose Owasso because of the Owasso Public Schools, one of the largest school systems in Oklahoma. Owasso residents believe that education is the key to their children's future. Our schools and community work together to provide quality educational opportunities. This dedication to education contributes directly to the city’s percentage of college educated residents ranking above state and national population averages. Approximately one-third of Owasso adults hold a bachelor’s degree or higher.
Enrollment in Owasso Public Schools has grown to 9,600, served by 13 instructional sites, including nine elementary schools, a 6th Grade Center, a 7th Grade Center, an 8th Grade Center, and Owasso High School. Owasso High School in 2023 had 62 students named Oklahoma Academic Scholars by the state Department of Education.
Owasso parents also have the option of sending their children to Rejoice Christian Schools which offer a complete curriculum, from Pre3 through 12th grade, including college preparatory and honors classes, to more than 950 students. Test scores in every grade place Rejoice in the top 20% of schools nationwide, both public and private.
Owasso is home to Rejoice Christian Schools, and a large home school population.
College and technical school students in Owasso don’t have to look far to find a quality institution that will teach them the knowledge and skills they need to enter and succeed in the workforce.
Within the Owasso City limits is a campus of Tulsa Tech. Tulsa Tech serves almost 5,000 adult and secondary students annually. Its full-time career training programs are offered tuition-free in 14 public school districts throughout Tulsa and surrounding counties, including Owasso Public Schools, as well as private, parochial and home-schooled students. Additionally, Tulsa Tech serves nearly 10,000 students annually in part-time evening and weekend classes. And, more than 500 companies/organizations with more than 22,000 employees receive customized corporate training through Tulsa Tech.
On the Tulsa Tech campus in Owasso, students also can take courses offered by Tulsa Community College (TCC). TCC consistently ranks among the elite of the nation’s 1,150 community college associate degree producers. It is also a gateway for students to transfer to four-year colleges in the metro Tulsa region and throughout Oklahoma and the United States.
Other colleges and universities within a 20-minute drive of Owasso include: