Education Partners

Institutions across northeast Oklahoma is working collaboratively to grow the talent pipeline. The region's K-12 school districts, colleges, universities, philanthropic organizations, workforce partners and tribal nations work collectively to increase postsecondary education, certificates and degree attainment. Our colleges, universities and technical schools graduate thousands each year to contribute to the area’s workforce.

The workforce pipeline begins in K-12, and the Tulsa area has a multitude of school districts providing quality education and preparing students to enter the workforce or continue their education. 

Tulsa Area School Districts

Bishop Kelly 
Bixby Public Schools 
Broken Arrow Public Schools 
Cascia Hall Preparatory School 
Glenpool Public Schools 
Holland Hall 

Jenks Public Schools 
Metro Christian Academy 
Monte Cassino 
Owasso Public Schools 
Regent Preparatory School 
Riverfield County Day School 

Sand Springs Public Schools 
Sapulpa Public Schools 
Tulsa Public Schools 
Undercroft Montessori 
Union Public Schools 
University School 

Career Tech

Tulsa Tech is a part of the statewide Career Tech system and has seven campuses throughout the region. Tulsa Tech’s curriculum specializes in career training in more than 90 instructional areas. Tulsa Tech provides free tuition to high school students living in a technology center district, while adults are charged nominal tuition. Tulsa Tech's business & industry services division supports companies with direct and in-kind contributions, should you qualify. In addition to Tulsa Tech, the region boasts another five technology centers that are a part of the manufacturing ecosystem. 

Higher Education

Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, OSU-Tulsa, OU-Tulsa, Northeastern State University in Broken Arrow, and OSU Institute of Technology in Okmulgee all offer higher education and graduate degrees. Tulsa is also home to two private universities, The University of Tulsa and Oral Roberts University.

Tulsa Community College is the state’s largest community college that offers 121 degrees and certificates and educates approximately 23,000 students each year.

Higher Education Partners


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