Support Broken Arrow Public Schools
Get involved through sponsorship, donations and volunteerism
Broken Arrow Public Schools is proud to serve nearly 19,000 students each and every day. Read about the many ways you, your company and your organization can get involved with education and experience why every day is a great day to be a Tiger!
The One Club
Because of the amazing financial support of Broken Arrow citizens and businesses alike, all Broken Arrow students are able to receive a well-rounded educational experience. The citizens of this area believe in one town, one team, one Tiger, and those business partners who share this belief are invited to become sponsoring members of The One Club.
Membership in The One Club will continue to enhance the experience of students throughout the district, provide the entire community with access to first-class artistic events and offer businesses the recognition they deserve as a patron of academics, the arts and athletics. No other program will offer business partners such an all-encompassing means for positively impacting the Broken Arrow school and community with the visibility they deserve. Click here to learn more about One Club sponsorship.
Partners in Education (PIE)
Partners in Education has been connecting the community with the classroom for more than 20 years! Businesses and organizations from the community can connect to schools in a variety of ways - such as donating resources, time and expertise - to create a tremendous, positive impact on Broken Arrow students. The program is very flexible, and businesses are only encouraged to do what they are comfortable and interested in doing. We are always excited to welcome new Partners into the program. Click here to learn more about the PIE program and the variety of ways you can connect with BAPS.
As a school volunteer, there are plenty of opportunities to work with staff and principals to positively impact students and help provide the best possible educational experience for each child. Your contribution is important to students, teachers and the community! Each school site offers unique opportunities to become involved. Whatever capacity you decide, your talents, hobbies, experiences and personality will add a new dimension to the volunteer program and enrich the lives of Broken Arrow students. Click here to learn more about the volunteer program and how you can get connected.
Established in 1992, the Broken Arrow Public Schools (BAPS) Foundation has positively impacted education in Broken Arrow by providing funds for incentive grants to teachers. It has also served to connect the community with the educational process and in the improvement of education.The success of the Foundation is dependent upon the financial endorsement of Broken Arrow school supporters, both individuals and corporations. Click here to learn more about the Foundation and how you can make a tax-deductible donation to help fund teacher grants and education initiatives.