INVESTING IN OUR FUTURE.
Innovative pre-school programs, award winning school districts, private Christian schools, the largest career tech program in the state, and nationally recognized colleges and universities can all be found in Enid, Oklahoma. We don’t take education lightly. Whether you are attending school for the first time, or you are going back to school to learn a new skill, you can find it here. Look through this page to see highlights of the many exceptional learning opportunities available in Enid.
If you’re looking for something a little larger, our friends at Oklahoma State University and the University of Oklahoma are a short 1-2 hour drive.
Northern Oklahoma College is the State’s oldest community college, is a multi-campus, land-grant institution that provides high quality, accessible, and affordable educational opportunities and services which create life-changing experiences and develop students as effective learners and leaders within their communities in a connected, ever-changing world. Contact Terri Sunderland at (580) 548.2353.
Northwestern Oklahoma State University-Enid is a community of learners that includes students, teachers, staff, administrators, and area citizens advancing learning excellence and preparing its members for service as leaders and entrepreneurs in the changing climate of northwest Oklahoma and the world. Call (580) 237-0334 for more information.
Autry Technology Center is a career & technology education center serving high school & adult students, area business and industry thousands of online students. Autry serves over 10,000 individuals annually by providing programs and services that enhance skill development and job opportunities. For more information, call (580) 242-2750.
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People know that Enid is a great place to raise a family, and that can be seen in the growth of our schools over the last few years. The Enid Public School District is growing at a faster rate than most Oklahoma districts, including Jenks, Union and Broken Arrow. In the fall of 2012 Enid Public Schools opened 2 new elementary schools, and a University Center at the High School to accommodate this growth. Thanks to a $100 million bond passed by Enid voters, every school in the district has been renovated to provide our students with updated facilities.
While Enid Public Schools is the largest district in the area, there are many other quality public and private school choices in town. There is something for everyone.