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Old 02-09-2013, 10:01 AM
 
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Hello!

I have been looking through the older posts and have gleaned quite a bit of information about the Tulsa area. My family should be moving to Tulsa in the summer. We are looking primarily at the Bixby area to buy a house.

Are the Central and Bixby North Elementary schools about the same or is there a reason to favor one over the other? We are also open to looking at some of the Broken Arrow area closer in to Tulsa. We don't want to get to far out of the Tulsa area since we don't like commuting too much. Are there any elementary and middle schools in that arrow that are great to work with? I have heard great things about Bixby, Broken Arrow and Jenks schools.

We aren't focusing too much on Jenks school system because it seems so large and schools spread out, although it seems to get the most accolades.

I would appreciate any insights anyone might have. I will probably have other questions as this process moves forward.

We are looking forward to this new chapter in our lives. I have to talked to many folks who are either from OK or have lived in OK at some point and time. Everyone says the same thing, that the people are so nice.
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Old 02-11-2013, 02:10 PM
 
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Hello!

I have been looking through the older posts and have gleaned quite a bit of information about the Tulsa area. My family should be moving to Tulsa in the summer. We are looking primarily at the Bixby area to buy a house.

Are the Central and Bixby North Elementary schools about the same or is there a reason to favor one over the other? We are also open to looking at some of the Broken Arrow area closer in to Tulsa. We don't want to get to far out of the Tulsa area since we don't like commuting too much. Are there any elementary and middle schools in that arrow that are great to work with? I have heard great things about Bixby, Broken Arrow and Jenks schools.

We aren't focusing too much on Jenks school system because it seems so large and schools spread out, although it seems to get the most accolades.

I would appreciate any insights anyone might have. I will probably have other questions as this process moves forward.

We are looking forward to this new chapter in our lives. I have to talked to many folks who are either from OK or have lived in OK at some point and time. Everyone says the same thing, that the people are so nice.
Iam also interested in all of the above schools and general info as my daughter and family are moving there in March 2013. We are also looking forward to visiting OK, tulsa and the surrounding area by August this year and would love to checkout the Keystone Lake area for 7-10 day stay. any info is appreciated.
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