Educational opportunities for people of all ages can be found in a diverse mixture of public, private, technical and higher educational facilities in Claremore and Rogers County. Claremore also has outstanding day care and pre-school facilities.
Claremore Public Schools – Home of the Zebras
Bryan Frazier, Superintendent
Laura Marshall, Assistant Superintendent Curriculum/Federal Programs
Paul Fowler, Director of Operations
www.claremore.k12.ok.us • (918) 923-4100
Administrative Offices: 102 West 10th Street • Claremore, OK 74107
Claremore Public Schools has four elementary schools, a junior high, senior high, and alternative learning center. The school district has a total student population of 4,097 students (August 2015 enrollment) and is founded upon strong student achievement, outstanding and award-winning educators, an active business community, and a supportive Claremore Public Schools Foundation.
Students participate in a wide variety of curricula and extracurricular activities. Claremore Public Schools offer 12 AP classes, including Bio-Med and Pre-Engineering classes. CPS has 15 nationally certified teachers, boasts an ACT average of 21.7, and has had 9 academic all-state students in the past 6 years.
Kelly Shuck, Principal • (918) 923-4260
Grades: Pre-K through 5th • Enrollment: 426 • Average Class Size: 22
Randa Fay, Principal • (918) 923-4202
Grades: Pre-K through 5th • Enrollment: 444 • Average Class Size: 23
Glen Abshere, Principal • (918) 923-4206
Grades: Pre-K through 5th • Enrollment: 415 • Average Class Size: 22
Traci Thomas, Principal • (918) 923-4201
Grades: Pre-K through 5th • Enrollment: 552 • Average Class Size: 23
Will Rogers Junior High
Brian Young, Principal • (918) 923-4205
Grades: 6th through 8th • Enrollment: 830
Claremore High School
Todd Steidley, Principal • (918) 923-4211
Grades: 9th through 12th • Enrollment: 1,335
Christy Province, Head Teacher • (918) 923-4208
Grades: 7th through 12th • Enrollment: 48
Robin Foxworth, Director • (918) 923-4209
Julie Geiger, Director • (918) 923-4300
Claremore Public Schools Foundation
Amy Evans, Executive Director
(918) 341-7535 • www.claremorepublicschoolsfoundation.org • firstname.lastname@example.org
Claremore Public Schools Foundation is a 501-c3 corporation founded in 1988 and dedicated to enriching the quality of education in Claremore Public Schools. The foundation provides grants to Claremore teachers and school sites and enrichment activities for CPS students. The Foundation is funded by donations from individuals and companies.
Robson Performing Arts Center
Ruby Quinn, Executive Director
(918) 699-7390 • www.claremorepac.org
This state of the art facility is a gift to the Claremore Public School students for their education and enjoyment. The PAC is also available for rental and is the home of many community performances, concerts, recitals and dance performances.
Robson Performing Arts Center was constructed in 2006 and is host each year a series of touring productions brought to the community by Claremore Productions, Inc. The facility is owned and operated by Claremore Public Schools.
Rogers County Schools (Superintendent office)
Catoosa Indians……………………..(918) 266-8603
Chelsea Dragons…………………….(918) 789-2528
Foyil Panthers………………………..(918) 341-1113
Inola Longhorns……………………..(918) 543-2255
Justus-Tiawah Wildcats…………..(918) 341-3626
Oologah-Talala Mustangs………..(918) 443-6080
Sequoyah Eagles……………………..(918) 341-5472
Sequoyah Schools Foundation….(918) 341-6263
Verdigris Cardinals………………….(918) 266-7227
Claremore Area Christian Schools
Area Christian schools use a traditional Christian approach to learning. All classes are conducted in a loving and disciplined atmosphere. Students learn the practical application of the Bible to their daily lives and character formation. Students may participate in a wide variety of curricula and extracurricular activities including, competitive sports, music, academic bowl, art and more.
Claremore Christian, Destiny Life Church
1055 W. Blue Starr Drive • Claremore, OK 74017
(918) 341-1805 • www.claremorechristian.com
Heritage Adventist Academy, Claremore Seventh-Day Adventist Church
20555 S. 4170 Rd, Unit B • Claremore, OK 74017
(918) 283-2243 • www.hasclaremore.org
Hope Harbor Children’s Academy
PO Box 1047 • Claremore, OK 74018
(918) 343-0003 • www.hopeharborinc.org
Legacy Christian School, First Baptist Church
107 E. Will Rogers Blvd • Claremore, OK 74017
(918) 342-1450 • www.lcsclaremore.org
Mustard Seed Christian School, First Presbyterian Church of Claremore
Three- & Four-Year-Old Program (must be appropriate age by September 1st)
102 E. 4th Street • Claremore, OK 74017
(918) 341-3562 • www.mustardseed102.com
Fred Probis, Superintendent
Tara Thompson, Marketing & Communications Director
(918) 825-7040 Ext. 6119 • www.netech.edu
Northeast Tech Center (NE Tech) is the premier training facility in northeast Oklahoma for high school students and adults. Since its creation in 1969, NTC has grown to four campuses located in Afton, Kansas, Pryor, and Claremore.
For more than 40 years, Northeast Tech has been successful in its mission of preparing individuals for successful careers. NE Tech offers full-time daytime courses, dozens of short-term adult education evening classes, and a variety of business and industrial services. Through all of its programs, classes, and training opportunities, Northeast Technology Center serves well over 18,000 patrons each year.
This campus is just north of Will Rogers Memorial Museum at 1901 North Highway 88. The 15-acre site boasts a beautiful facility with a versatile 200-seat seminar center and breakout meeting rooms. The campus offers career training in Computer Automated Manufacturing, Home Automation, Environmental & Spatial Technology, Health Careers, and Practical Nursing.
Through a partnership with Claremore High School, the Claremore campus offers a new Pre-Engineering program. The Roy Clark Music School, featuring expert instructors in guitar, fiddle, banjo, mandolin, music theory, music business and more, is also found at this campus.
Northeast Technology Center has three mobile training units available to companies in northeast Oklahoma. These trailers are designed to bring on-site expertise and training equipment. The trailers are geared for Industrial Maintenance, Hazardous Materials – Confined Space, and Fire Extinguisher Training.
Rick Reimer, Campus Director & Assistant Superintendent
(918) 342-8066 • email@example.com • www.netech.edu
The Pryor campus is located between Claremore and Pryor at 6185 West Highway 20 in a scenic, wooded setting. It is home to 12 programs ranging from Auto Collision Repair, Electrical, Construction Trades, Culinary Arts, Practical Nursing, and more.
The newest addition to the campus is a state-of-the-art Welding and Diesel Building, recently opened to serve the students of the Welding Technology, Welding and Metal Fabrication, and Diesel and Heaving Equipment Repair programs. The facility also features a large auditorium with seating for over 500 people.
Debby Peaster, Campus Director
(918) 825-5555 • firstname.lastname@example.org