Yukon Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Yukon, OK. It has 8,479 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 52% of students are at least proficient in math and 48% in reading.
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Yukon Public Schools Reviews
Great school! Almost all of the teachers are fantastic and there’s great sport facilities at the Highschool and middle school. Lots of clubs to be involved in. Yukon public schools offers many opportunities.
Yukon is a very good school to get involved at. I was involved with volleyball and leadership and met some of the best people! I'm sad my high school years are over but I loved my time at this place. The only thing I could think about getting fixed is more school based activities that the whole school can do together. Other than that it is a great school and I am glad I grew up here.
More classes should be available for teaching us to live on our own and being prepared for the real world. I would like my high school classes to be more centered around the career I would like to obtain. I want to be focused on my goals at all times and not be distracted by other classes that have no value. A great example is RETHINK. This is a new program that was started this year that is supposed to help with kids struggling in classes. At this time, teachers who have failing students are given time to help tutor and assist the student with their studies. But, the other 90% of the students go to a class and sit and waste over 50 minutes of our time. I want the 10% of the kids to get help, but at the same it leaves the rest of us feeling frustrated. A better use of this time would be learning how to get scholarships, guest speakers from our community teaching us about business, and college recruiters teaching our freshman what to do in order to attend college.