Norman Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Norman, OK. It has 15,739 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 40% of students are at least proficient in math and 44% in reading.
Norman Public Schools Rankings
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- A1,125 Students
- A382 Students
- B335 Students
- C+220 Students
- C183 Students
- B+156 Students
- A-129 Students
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- A110 Students
- B98 Students
Norman Public Schools Reviews
I think Norman is one of the best school districts in Oklahoma. Amazing teachers, close proximity to the university, and full of wonderfully talented and hardworking students. Norman is the district attend!
There is no way that I could've been happier throughout the entirety of my education. Having extremely bad anxiety, I would occasionally have panic attacks. Most every teacher I had made the effort to have a personal connection with me, they knew how to calm me down because of those connections. They were also amazing at teaching, they knew I was a visual learner and how to teach me in a way that I could understand the information. With the amazing teachers they have and the great education I was given, I have hardly any complaints.
I really have enjoyed my time at Norman Public Schools. They have good courses to choose from and lots of extracurricular activities. They help out families in need, and the teachers try to do the best to help kids understand the material they are teaching. One thing I would like to see change though is some of the schools are more low end than the other ones. Like Norman High and Alcott Middle School are lower quality than schools like Whittier and Norman North and I think they should make it so they both get the same funding. Overall though I have really enjoyed Norman and am glad to be here for highschool.