Muskogee Public Schools is a public school district located in Muskogee, OK. It has 5,959 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 28% of students are at least proficient in math and 31% in reading.
Muskogee Public Schools Rankings
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Muskogee Public Schools Reviews
Muskogee offers a pretty average Oklahoma education. It's not the best, but I've gained a lot of important knowledge just from the experiences I have had with the staff and students. There is plenty of room for improvement, and I hope to see things change when I revisit. As of now, I think money is tight in Oklahoma, and the school system is in shambles because of the government. In order to change things, not only for Muskogee but the entirety of the state, we need leaders to start fighting for the results they want to see.
I went to BFSA K-3, homeschool, Pershing 5th-6th, BFSA again 7th, and am now homechooled once more. I'm a junior now, concurrently enrolled at CSC. BFSA was safer and the students were what you would call good. Most were concerned with grades and not involved in bad activities. Most teachers cared about the students and would go out of their way to help out. At Pershing, it seemed a lot more lax, there were more kids involved with drugs and bad things, not as many were grade-concerned. Those that were, though, had many opportunities to further that, more so than I've seen anywhere else. GT, choir, KQLT, varying clubs, active participation in making anti-drug videos, opportunities to go to camps, lots of things. Overall decent schools.
Muskogee has great AP/honors academic teachers and great diversity. I would like to see the administration focus more on making the students feel accepted and respected by, not only the teachers, but by other students as well. As far as the regular classes go, they need to work on their college readiness preparation. Sports are an important part of high school. I would love to see all Muskogee sports get the same amount of attention and funding as the rest. Despite some of the school's flaws, I had an overall good experience at MHS.