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The Moore School District has been providing high quality education to students in the metropolitan area of Moore and south Oklahoma City for more than 100 years. The principles that guide this district include high student achievement, outstanding instruction, and strong community involvement. Success in these areas continues to make Moore one of the state's finest school systems.

Moore Public Schools offers pre-K through 12th grade in the suburban areas of Moore and south Oklahoma City. With a student population of over 21,500, the system is the third largest in the state. It encompasses 30 schools in 159 square miles. Through the years, the district has maintained a tradition of high student achievement, outstanding instruction, and strong community support.

The staff of some 2,500 employees includes about 1,400 certified personnel who have an average of 13 years of experience and more than 500 advanced degrees. The low student to teacher ratio of 18 to one demonstrates the district's commitment to providing a place where children can receive special attention as well as be encouraged to reach their potential.


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