$39 Million Budget

559 Employees

378 Certified
181 Support

7 School Sites

1 Early Childhood
3 Elementary
1 Intermediate
1 Middle School
1 High School
plus Piedmont Learning Center
(Childcare for Children of Employees)

5,056 Students

Piedmont is a community that rallies around its schools. From band concerts and football games to our beloved annual charity week, our community always shows up to support our students. Our teachers deeply care for our students. They are dedicated to student success, both in the classroom and as they transition into adulthood. Our district presents a unique opportunity for the next superintendent to lead us from a 5A to a 6A school district. Administrators, teachers, and support staff look forward to working with the new superintendent to tackle challenges and create opportunities for academic excellence.

Our school community offers a unique mix of small-town charm and the amenities of a large school district. Our teachers and staff are dedicated to the success of our students, and our facilities are top-notch, thanks to the support of our community, who consistently vote in favor of bond elections for the district. Our district's rapid growth is a testament to the quality of education and opportunities available at Piedmont Schools. We take pride in the strides we've made and look forward to the future at PPS. 


Strong record of academic excellence with a variety of pathways to meet the needs of all learners.

​Award-winning, competitive athletics and fine arts programs​

Community support through local businesses and philanthropic organizations​

While Piedmont is an almost 6A school district, we maintain a strong sense of warmth and charm. Piedmont is truly a school-centered community​

Piedmont Public Schools is committed to fostering academic success through various programs and initiatives, as evidenced by our students' impressive achievements. Our average ACT score of 22 showcases the dedication of our educators and students. Our Career Tech program had 147 enrollees in the 2022-23 school year, with 86 percent completing their chosen program and obtaining a certificate by the end of their senior year. 

Our high school graduation rate is 98 percent. Additionally, 35 percent of juniors and seniors earned college credit this year through our concurrent partnership with OSU-OKC, while 23 percent of our PHS students took advantage of advanced placement courses offered at PHS. 

Since the inception of the Academic All-State program in 1987, we've had 24 Academic All-Staters. We are truly proud of the achievements of our students and eagerly look forward to witnessing their future successes!


  • 2019, 2021, 2022 Softball State Champions
  • 2022 Women’s Cross Country State Champions 
  • 2018, 2020, 2022 Men’s Cross Country State Champions 
  • 2019 Women’s Basketball State Champions 
  • 2022 Men’s Track and Field State Champions 
  • 2023 ESports League of Legends State Champions 
  • 2023 Junior High Cheer State Champions 
  • 2022-2023 State Championship/Tournament appearances by Volleyball, Wrestling, Swim, Pom, Cheer, Baseball, Golf, Tennis and Cheer STUNT State Runner-Up 


  • 2023 Class 5A Jazz State Runner-Up
  • 2023 Superior Ratings and Sweepstakes for Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Bands
  • 2023 Runner-Up State Percussion Championship
  • 2023 Vocal Choir State Appearance
  • 2023 Varsity Guard State Runner-Up
  • 2021 Oklahoma Bandmaster‘s Association Marching Band State Champions  

Applications will be accepted through May 26, 2023.