PCPS Spotlight

  • Grand March & Coronation Moved to Robson Fieldhouse

    Due to the 100% rain forecast for Saturday, April 21, the Po-Hi Grand March and Coronation will be held in ROBSON FIELDHOUSE. Prom attendees will enter/check-in through the southwest door. The event will begin promptly at 6:00 pm. The public will be able to enter through the main entrance starting at 5:00 pm.

    Due to limited space, a RAIN-OUT TICKET IS REQUIRED. Each Prom attendee is given one "rain-out" ticket for two guests to watch the Grand March.  Read the complete article here.

     Po-Hi Prom Royalty Announced

    Po-Hi Prom Royalty Announced

    Pictured top L-R: Ally Leist, Briana Boswell, Kayla Hooper
    Bottom row L-R: Daylan Hawkins, Andrew Longoria, Max Jackson

    The 2018 Ponca City High School Prom will be held Saturday, April 21 at the Marland Mansion. The Grand March will begin at 6 p.m. The Theme of the 2018 Ponca City High School Prom is “A Night Under the Stars” and the colors are purple and silver. The Prince and Princess Po-Hi candidates will promenade at the finale of the Grand March and the coronation will immediately follow. The full article is attached.

    Mary Ladd
    Public Information Coordinator
    Ponca City Public Schools


Oklahoma State Testing Program Parent, Student & Teacher Guides

NEW! 2018-2019 Calendar

New Mobile Communications App

  • New Mobile Communications App

    The Ponca City Public School District is proud to announce that the latest news and information from the district is now available on smartphones and mobile devices with a new Mobile Communications App launched on Tuesday, October 17, 2017! The district is partnering with Blackboard to expand its communications outreach with a mobile app that is now available in the online iTunes® and Google Play® app stores for free.  For the complete article Click Here!   

     Click Here For more information on our Mobile App!

PCPS Mobile App Launch Video

Ponca City Public School District Information

  • The Ponca City School District is the 20th largest district in Oklahoma, with over 5,000 students attending 11 fully accredited schools. Our schools attract the finest teachers because of the district's commitment to excellence in education, one of the highest salary schedules in the state, and our facilities.

    The district is known as a leader in the state, if not the nation, for the professional development provided to the employees. The district takes pride in having 13 Nationally Board Certified teachers and 28% of teachers with advanced degrees. Ponca City's ACT scores are continually above state and national averages. Ensuring the success of each individual student is the district's primary responsibility, resulting in the district being a leader in the development and implementation of full-day early childhood programs, after school tutoring, mentoring, summer school and alternative school programs.

    In addition to strong academic programs, students have many opportunities to participate in fine arts, athletics and leadership programs, encouraging personal and social development beyond the classroom. Ponca City School District's relationship with the community sets it apart from other districts. Over the past 10 years, citizens have passed over $85 million in bond issues. Our citizens are proud of our schools and are committed to making sure that our students have what they need for the 21st century.
    July 25, 2017

Ponca City High School Hall of Fame DVD Order Form

Welcome to Ponca City Public Schools

Special Education Services

  • Project Child Find - Special Education Services Availability

    If you know of a child age 3-21 who may need special education services please contact: Zuri Mayo Training Skills Lab Union Elementary School 580-767-8037 

    Help Us Help Them!

    Special education services for children with disabilities ages 3 to 21 are available for residents of the Ponca City School district through the Ponca City Public Schools. For more information call Zuri Mayo, the Child Find Coordinator, at (580) 767-8037 or the Director of Special Education Services at (580) 718-3816.