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High School

305 West 1st Street                                            
Quapaw, Oklahoma 74363
Phone: 918-674-2474
Fax: 918-674-2678
Principal: Tamara Bacon

Bell Schedule
1st         8:10 - 9:06
2nd       9:10 - 10:06
3rd      10:10 - 11:06
4th      11:10 -12:06
Lunch 12:06 -12:34
5th       12:34 - 1:30
6th         1:34 - 2:30
7th         2:34 - 3:30

The Cafeteria opens at 7:45 a.m.

Congratulations Quapaw High School Honor Roll Students!

Quapaw High School Parent Survey 19-20
Parents, the Quapaw Public School System would like your opinion. Please take the time to complete this short survey. This will remain anonymous and will be used for school improvement. Once completed, please write your name on the back of a ticket and place it in the container. You will be entered in a drawing for several prizes. Thank you!

HS VIP Award Winners
HS BACON Award Scott Bolin
Congratulations to Riley Williams the Quapaw High School February Student of the Month.

Congratulations to the Quapaw High School First Semester Honor Roll students!

Congratulations to Annaleigh Thomas the Quapaw High School January Student of the Month.

Quapaw Homecoming Basketball Spirit Week 

Green and White Day
Pep Assembly at 3:00 p.m.
Homecoming Festivities before the girls game at 6:00 p.m.
HS Basketball Game at 6:30 and 8:00 p.m. with Commerce
Homecoming Dance after the game from 9:30-11:00 p.m.



Booster Club Indian Taco Feed from 3:00-8:00 p.m.

HS Basketball Game at 6:30 and 8:00 p.m. with Wyandotte

"Parents and students! Place an order for your 2019-2020 yearbook by following this link: https://jostensyearbooks.com?REF=A06895000
Also, there are a limited number of 2018-2019 yearbooks still available. If you would like to purchase one, please contact the high school. If you pre-ordered a yearbook last year, they are available to pick up at the high school."

Wildcat Leaders

By 2025, 77 percent of Oklahoma jobs will require more than a high school diploma

Oklahoma Edge is the Oklahoma State Department of Education’s commitment to giving our students a competitive edge as they pursue college and career. Oklahoma has already strengthened our academic standards and assessments to ensure students are prepared for the real world of work and higher education after they graduate high school. Best of all, with that competitive edge, students will be ready for high-skill jobs and innovative careers after high school graduation and be poised to become great problem-solvers, strategic thinkers and leaders.


Every child, teacher and school can thrive with adequate resources and a vision to succeed. Our goal is to equip all students for life after high school by ensuring they have everything they need to obtain a postsecondary degree or industry certification that reflects their individual passions and skills.


This website will help you prepare your students or children for the next steps after high school graduation, whether that be college or career. There are many paths to success, and all are worth celebrating.

Use this website to:

·     Learn about Individual Career Academic Plans and how they’ll be key in helping your student or child, create a career pathway suited just for them.

·     Find best practices for creating a college and career ready culture in your community.

·     Locate college and career preparation events in your area.

·     Research Oklahoma’s fastest growing industries.

·     Prepare your children for future workforce needs.



The Student Dress Code Policy has been updated to include some new language:


6. Appropriateness of all shorts, jeans, slacks, pants, leggings and yoga pants will be left to the discretion of the building administrator.  Clothing deemed by the administrator to cause a substantial disruption to school operations will not be allowed. 

On February 5, high students participated in a health and safety day.  Students rotated through 6 sessions lasting about 20 minutes each.  Sessions were presented on substance abuse in minors, prescription medication use, sexting, cyber safety, STDs and healthy eating/ body.  All speakers were volunteers.  Students seemed very well informed at the conclusion of the day.  Chris Snow won a $25 Amazon card, donated by the Quapaw Nation.  Speakers included, Billie Burtrum, Krista Pierce (Quapaw Tribe), Jason Brandon (Grand Lake Mental Health), Haley Doherty, John Millard, Brandt Lloyd, Jake Manning and Laura Price.  Quapaw Schools would like to extend their thanks to these speakers, as well as a special thank-you to Ms. Doherty for organizing the event.

High School Parents:

We are pleased to announce that all high school students have been assigned a Chromebook.  A policy we are adding for high school Chromebook use is the ability for students to take their Chromebooks home with them.  Students will have to pay a $25 usage fee each year to be able to take their Chromebook home with them.  The fee can be paid at the high school office.  

If you have questions regarding the Chromebooks, please contact Mrs. Bacon at 918-674-2474.

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