Jenks Public Schools
Nationally recognized for its academics, arts and athletics, Jenks sets the standards for a quality educational experience in Oklahoma.
Jenks students consistently score above national test averages and more than 86 percent of graduating seniors continue to college.
Jenks Public Schools received the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, the nations’ highest Presidential honor for quality and organizational performance excellence.
Jenks voters have consistently supported school bond issues, which have constructed a planetarium, an Olympic-sized swimming facility and state-of-the-art classroom facilities.
Jenks offers a number of innovative foreign language programs including a Chinese immersion program that starts in kindergarten.
Of course, Jenks is also home to storied athletic programs.
The Jenks Trojan Varsity Football team has played in every state championship game for more than a decade and claims 14 state football titles.
Other successful programs include the Jenks swimming team, baseball team and track. The basketball and track programs also produce many successful athletes.
For more information on the Jenks school system, visit www.jenksps.org.
Bixby Public Schools
Some residents of Jenks fall within the Bixby School District, home to the 2014 Oklahoma 6AII football champion Bixby Spartans.
Bixby Public Schools are proud of their commitment to excellence and student achievement.
For more information, visit www.bixbyps.org.
Jenks-area residents have a variety of post-secondary education opportunities in the metro region.
Degree options range from certifications to associates to bachelors to graduate degrees.
Educational institutions include Tulsa Tech, Langston University, Northeastern State University – Broken Arrow, Oklahoma State University-Tulsa, University of Oklahoma – Tulsa, Oral Roberts University, the University of Tulsa, and Tulsa Community College.
Tulsa Community College offers a program to Tulsa County students that enables them to attend their first two years at TCC tuition-free.
Tulsa Achieves pays for up to 100 percent of tuition to Tulsa County high school seniors who graduate with a 2.0 or higher grade point average.
The program pays for up to 63 college credit hours or up to three years of college, whichever comes first.
Tulsa Tech also has a campus nearly next door to Jenks.
Located on 91st Street, next to Jones Riverside Airport, Tech offers students a number of programs for students and adults.