Guthrie Public Schools is a public school district located in Guthrie, OK. It has 3,534 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 72% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
802 East Vilas Avenue
Guthrie, OK 73044
Guthrie Public Schools Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Guthrie Public Schools
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- B152 Students
- A122 Students
- A80 Students
- C38 Students
- B38 Students
- C+33 Students
- B30 Students
- B-25 Students
- A+21 Students
- B17 Students
Guthrie Public Schools Reviews
More college preparation needed! Overall a great school with teachers that take time out of their day to help students that need it. The cafeteria food is really bad, expecially for a student that receives free lunches so has no other choice.
Success at Guthrie schools depends more on who you know and who you're related to than what you know. They don't pay teachers well, so it's hard to find good teachers and hard to retain them, so often settle for warm body in classrooms. Students find college difficult after making 4.0 at Guthrie.
The schools were full of good people most of the time, but occasionally veered into the displeasing side of things. Some teachers were all about helping students while others seemed too busy. Another issue was that the staff was more interested in the test scores than what the students were actually learning. Due to this issue, some students would slip in their studies and fail assignments and tests becoming the issue that their teachers sought to avoid. Overall upkeep of the schools was sometimes frankly disgusting. As if the bad cafeteria food wasn't enough, the restrooms were almost constantly a mess. Also, my friends and I had issues with getting our transcripts sent to other schools due to a select few members of the staff. Needless to say that I am glad to be a graduate and no longer a student.