Moore Public Schools Serves Three Ideal Homes Neighborhoods

June 19, 2018

From its earliest days, Ideal Homes had a passion to build great homes in great school districts . . .  Moore Public Schools continues that tradition. MPS is the third largest school system in the state, with a student population of more than 24,516. The district encompasses 159 square miles in Moore and south Oklahoma City, south of 82nd Street, offers Pre-K through 12th grade, serves a student population of over 24,500 and encompasses 34 schools. Through the years, the district has maintained a tradition of high student achievement, outstanding instruction, and strong community support. The district includes:
  • 3 High Schools (grades 9-12)
  • 6 Junior High Schools (grades 7-8)
  • 25 Elementary Schools (grades pre-K-6)
  • Five Vista Alternative Academies – serving students in grades 6-12 who are at risk of dropping out or have already dropped out as well as those students who have a difficult time in a traditional school environment.
Where Ideal kids go to school: Students from Ideal’s communities in Moore – Featherstone, Native Plains and Wildflower attend these MPS schools. Wayland Bonds Elementary School A national Blue Ribbon School, Wayland Bonds achieved an A+ on its latest state report card. Street Address: 14025 S. May Ave., Oklahoma City 73170 Phone: 405.735.4500 Southridge Junior High  Southridge offers Pre-AP Courses in Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, English, Reading, Science, Geography and History. Street Address: 14141 S. May Ave., Oklahoma City 73170 Phone: 405.735.4680 Southmoore High School Southmoore High School is a 6A school accredited by the North Central Association, the Oklahoma State Department of Education and the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association. Southmoore places a strong emphasis on Academics.  College-bound students may take advantage of several Pre-AP/AP (Advanced Placement) classes to earn college credit while still in high school, while others may participate in vocational classes through a partnership with Moore-Norman Technology Center.  Accredited classes are also provided for students with mild/moderate or severe/profound exceptional needs. Street Address: 2901 S. Santa Fe, Moore 73160 Phone: 405.735.4900  
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