School Starting Dates in the OKC Metro Area




Back to school is just around the corner—time to buy school supplies, say goodbye to summer and get back into the school routine. Here is a list of the school starting dates of many of the public and private schools in the OKC metro area.  Wishing you a happy and exciting transition back to school!

[Editor's Note: This is a working list last updated June 14, 2018 so check back often for updates and additions.  Is your school not listed? Drop us an email and let us know! Please confirm with your local school to verify starting date.]

Public Schools

Wednesday, August 1

  • Oklahoma City Public Schools

Wednesday, August 8

  • Noble Public Schools
  • Newcastle Public Schools

Thursday, August 9

  • Washington Public Schools

Tuesday, August 14

  • Choctaw-Nicoma Park Schools

Wednesday, August 15

  • Purcell Public Schools
  • Deer Creek Schools

Thursday, August 16

  • Blanchard Public Schools
  • Western Heights Public Schools
  • Edmond Public Schools
  • Norman Public Schools
  • Shawnee Public Schools
  • El Reno Public Schools
  • Putnam City Schools
  • Moore Public Schools
  • Yukon Public Schools
  • Mustang Public Schools
  • Tuttle Public Schools

Friday, August 17

  • Bethany Public Schools
  • Piedmont Public Schools
  • Mid Del Public Schools

Tuesday, September 4

  • Guthrie Public Schools

Private Schools

 Monday, August 13

  • The Catholic School of St. Eugene, OKC
  • Mount St. Mary Catholic High School, OKC
  • St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School, OKC
  • All Saints Catholic School, Norman
  • Bishop McGuiness Catholic High School, OKC
  • Sacred Heart Catholic School, OKC
  • St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School, Edmond
  • St. Philip Neri Catholic School, Midwest City

Thursday, August 16

  • Oklahoma Christian School, Edmond

Wednesday, August 15

  • Heritage Hall, OKC

Wednesday, August 22

  • St. Mary's Episcopal School
  • Casady School, OKC

Plan to Obtain Back to School Birth Certificates Now

The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) urges parents to avoid the last-minute scramble and long lines to get their children’s birth certificates. Early August is usually the busiest time of the year to get birth records for children going back to school.

Birth records in Oklahoma City are available at OSDH, 1000 N.E. 10th St. 

Parents can avoid the rush and plan to visit or contact these facilities now to obtain their children’s birth records. Birth certificates are issued between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, except for legal holidays. It is recommended parents arrive early to avoid the long lines.

To obtain a copy of a birth certificate, qualified applicants will need to provide their government issued photo ID, the child’s full name, date of birth, place of birth, and parents’ full names (including the maiden name of the mother). Applications, as well as a complete list of authorized applicants, are available online at http://vr.health.ok.gov.

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