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Three Things to Know

  • Enrollment is open – visit EnrollTulsa
  • Preparing for Standardized Tests
  • TPS Spanish Line Available

Information and Updates


2024-25 School Year Enrollment is open – visit EnrollTulsa now! Enrollment is open for the 2024-2025 school year. The first enrollment window will close on Feb. 16. Families can submit enrollment applications and find more information at

TPS Enrollment Center – your place for in-person enrollment in Tulsa Public Schools. If you prefer to enroll or get your questions answered in person, our Enrollment Center team is eager to meet and assist you! Visit 2819 S. New Haven Ave. (enter at the North doors) the following days and times: 

  • Monday, Tuesday, and Friday: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Open late (8 a.m. - 7 p.m.) the next 2 Thursdays (January 25 and February 1) for your convenience
  • Enrollment is open 24/7 online at

Contact our enrollment team with questions at: 918-746-7500 or


  • Talk to your child about testing and encourage them to do their best.
  • Encourage your child to practice at home.
  • Make sure that your child is well rested and eats a high protein, low sugar breakfast.
  • Make sure your child arrives at school on time. 

Multilingual learner students will take the ACCESS test between January 23 and March 23. Your school can provide the exact test schedule for your school and answer other questions about ACCESS testing.

What is the ACCESS test?

The ACCESS test is administered throughout Tulsa Public Schools and the state of Oklahoma to assess multilingual learners’ (students who use more than one language) skills in the four domains of English: listening, reading, speaking, and writing. Your child’s school uses ACCESS test scores to determine what level of English support your child needs – and also for class placements for next school year.

Students will receive a score for each domain, as well as an overall score. Parents receive these scores at the beginning of next school year.

Your student can review the test and even take a sample test using the links below:

Sample test items

Test demo


The TPS Spanish Line is an interpretation service that offers Spanish speaking parents direct access to an interpreter when they call Tulsa Public Schools. We hope this option gives parents a greater level of comfort when you need to contact a school or our district offices!

To access the TPS Spanish Line, Spanish speaking parents will need to dial 918-387-8580. The call will be automatically routed to an available professional interpreter who will remain on the line with you for your entire call.


The Tulsa Public Schools’ MPAC (Multilingual Parent Advisory Committee) is having a meeting on January 25 at 5:30 pm via Zoom. The MPAC is comprised of parents and guardians of multilingual learners enrolled in Tulsa Public Schools. The MPAC meets monthly to advise the district on matters that are important to multilingual learners and learn about ways they can advocate and support their children’s education. Parents can register to attend this session and receive the Zoom link by completing the MPAC Parent Registration Form. Sessions are currently presented in English and Spanish. Parents who need language supports in additional languages can request an interpreter by completing the online registration form.

Parents will receive the Zoom link through TalkingPoints. MPAC flyers are available here.


  • Thursday, Jan. 25 from 8am-7pm: Expanded hours for family support at the Enrollment Center.
  • Wednesday, Jan. 31 at 7pm: Tulsa Public Schools Day at TU Basketball. Discounted tickets can be purchased here.
  • Thursday, Feb. 1 from 8am-7pm: Expanded hours for family support at the Enrollment Center.
  • Monday, Feb. 5: Regular meeting of Tulsa Board of Education. More info here.
  • Friday, Feb. 16: First enrollment window closes.



Thanks to federal recovery funds, we were able to invest in air quality improvements in our buildings, Ready. Set. Summer! programming, and enrichment programs to address learning loss. Learn more about ESSER (federal recovery) funding here.

Tulsa Public Schools students lead through literacy, are empowered through experience, and contribute to their community. We honor the diversity, creativity, and passion of our students, elevating every student to be designers of their destiny. Learn more about Pathways to Opportunity, our plan for the next five years.

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