Ketchum Public Schools
Home of the Warriors!
Ketchum Public Schools is a public school district located in Ketchum, OK. It has 597 students in grades PK, K-12. The Ketchum School District incorporates students from the Ketchum, Langley and surrounding rural areas and has a total school district area of 60 square miles. School campuses are located in Ketchum for Elementary, Middle School and High School. The Ketchum Public School administrative office is located at 404 N Boston, Ketchum, OK 74349.
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Ketchum Public Schools is committed to providing a quality educational environment where students can thrive in academics, fine arts, activities, and athletics. We currently have 70 staff members with 40% of staff having served in our district for 10 years or more. Our programs are designed to reinforce and expand classroom learning and to develop our students’ individual talents. Ketchum does offer Pre-AP, AP classes, and a Gifted & Talented Program.
Ketchum parents, teachers, administrators, the Board of Education, local churches, and other community members partner together to support Ketchum students and to make their success possible. The commitment and support the school system receives from the Ketchum, Langley and surrounding community is outstanding.
Ketchum High School had a 100% Graduation Rate in 2019!
Ketchum provides a variety of extra-curricular opportunities that meet the needs of students and foster leadership. This includes: VO-AG, FCCLA, Vocals, Drumline, Show Choir, Student Council, Honor Society, Athletics, Media Classes, Jumprope Team, Academic Team, Community Service Projects, and House Systems. Ketchum Public Schools also offers advanced courses, promotes available Vo-Tech programs, and higher ed opportunities.
If you are considering moving to our area, we welcome you to a district that is comprised of a caring staff that is dedicated to the education and success of every student.
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(with over 41% American Indian)