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    We bridge the social, behavioral, economic, and learning gaps that many of our OKCPS students face. We serve current 5th-12th grade students who have previously stayed in a residential, inpatient, day treatment, juvenile facility, jail, or are in a homebound setting prior to returning to their neighborhood school. Through identifying barriers and offering support plans for each individual student, we aim to provide positive outcomes once students return to a traditional school setting.

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    Program Qualifications

    Students must meet certain qualifications to attend BRIDGES. Please contact us for more details.



    By providing equitable access to a world class education, every Oklahoma City Public Schools student will graduate ready to fulfill their unique purpose in a healthy, vibrant community.


    Every day, Oklahoma City Public Schools will ignite a passion for learning in every child, invite families to engage, and inspire respectful and trusting relationships with our diverse community.


    Monday - Friday
    7:15 am to 1:30 pm
    Address 1601 NW 36th St
    Oklahoma City, OK 73118 

    Amber Ledbetter
    Bridges Administrator


    Educational Barriers

    • Low income
    • Transportation Issues
    • Challenges at Home
    • Mental Health
    • Social Distractions
    • Homelessness
    • Educational Environment
    • Learning Disabilities
    • Unreasonable Timeline

    Personalized Support

    • Individualized Success Plan
    • One-on-One Mentorship
    • Behavior Management
    • Mental Health
    • Relationship Supports
    • Confidence Building
    • Access to Community Resources
    • Effective Communication Skills
    • Emotional Intelligence

    Successful Outcomes

    • Transition to Neighborhood School
    • Increased Attendance
    • Positive Behavior
    • Healthy Relationships
    • Problem Solving Skills
    • Community Engagement
    • Graduation
    • Self-Expression
    • Sense of Belonging