Learn about our Summer Food Program: now – July 26th
Congratulations to El Reno High School students making the OK State Fair Top 10 Merit Schools for 2018. Come see their work this fall!
What’s great about El Reno schools?
Find out on our blog!
Our students and teachers work hard and there is always something interesting going on.
Now, on our blog, you can get an inside look at all the special things we do!
At ERPS, we strive to offer the best in new and individualized education
PEP – Personalized Educational Path
PEP at El Reno High School
PEP is an opportunity for students to work on subjects at their own pace
and to have more input in their educational path. This program is perfect
for students who wish to begin college early (possibly as Juniors) or
would like the opportunity to attend the Career Tech full time while in high school.
We are ER Strong – Individual Growth
El Reno schools are proud of our students and teachers.
Because of our leadership, communities like Cincinnati, Albuquerque and Princeton visit our schools to learn how we have achieved significant individual student growth. It is important to us to grow each child to his/her best potential.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I find information on your after school programs?
Our Project STEAMER (Success Through Education, Arts, Multimedia, Enrichment and Recreation) is an afterschool program for ERPS students from PreK-6th grades. You can find more information, including registration forms HERE.
When is the next school board meeting?
You can find information on agendas, past and upcoming meetings on our Board of Education page.
Where can I find employment information?
We have an online application. This page also lists all current job vacancies.
Can I pay for my child's lunch online?
Absolutely! Visit our Child Nutrition page for meal prices, to apply for free or reduced meals and make payments toward your child's lunch. You can also visit each school site to see the current school menu.
A school with history
El Reno High School was established in 1893 and graduated its first class in 1896.
In 2000, the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places for its unique architecture.