Muldrow Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Muldrow, OK. It has 1,464 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 35% of students are at least proficient in math and 39% in reading.
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Muldrow Public Schools Reviews
When faced with the decision of where to continue my education, Muldrow was far and above the best choice. The education was exceptional, the staff and students welcomed me like family, and the environment felt like home.
I recently moved from the high end rich schools in Sacramento California to the small high school in Muldrow Oklahoma. It was not at all what I expected but I was warmly welcomed by everyone I met. The people are genuine and kind. The teachers want you to do well in the class, especially in honors classes. The overall upkeep of the school grounds is less than satisfactory. There is rarely soap in the bathrooms along with doors with no locks or way of closing securely. As you walk through the building you will most likely notice the paint chipping off the walls, but everyone is so helpful and willing to work. Most of all they are friendly, unlike in California when I was scared to ask for directions to a class. I have been involved with multiple school clubs and actively taking part in extracurricular functions. One thing I have noticed is that the parents are very willing to help the kids with whatever they might need. Also the clubs I am in are very active in the community.
A very close small school. which means everyone knew everyone and was friends with everyone. You could remember ever teacher and actually be able to talk to all of them individually. The student were also very spirited and loved sport and the rush that came with the competition. All in all it was one of the greatest experiences of my life.