Education in Oklahoma
Throughout the state of Oklahoma there are 577 public high schools and 69 private high schools for a statewide high school total of 646. While Oklahoma ranks 27th in the country for student enrollment, it maintains a national ranking of 39th for student to teacher ratio. It is estimated that 79 percent of Oklahoma high school students graduate, while the dropout rate for Oklahoma is a very low 2.5 percent.
Advanced Degrees in Oklahoma
The wide open prairies of Oklahoma are home to some very notable colleges and universities. The roster of Oklahoma colleges includes Oklahoma State University, Rose State College, Rogers State University, Northeastern State University and Cameron University. It is estimated that 22.9 percent of the residents of Oklahoma have some sort of college degree with the more popular courses of study in Oklahoma colleges being: