St. Pius X School

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St. Pius X School By the Numbers


  • Opened for students 1957-58 school year in “temporary” buildings
  • 2016-17 the first school year all students are housed under one roof following a $6 million dollar construction project
  • Current enrollment of 390 students in Pre-K 3-year-old through 8th grades
  • Newest school facility of the 9 Elementary and Middle schools in the Tulsa Diocese
  • Designated a Blue Ribbon School by U.S. Department of Education
  • Of the 2017 graduating class, 30% of National Merit Semifinalists and 20% of Commended Scholars from Bishop Kelley High School are St. Pius X alumni
  • 21% of students qualify as English Language Learners (ELL).  28% of students speak a second language at home.
  • Students represent 37 zip codes across Tulsa Metro
  • New buildings include 2 FEMA-approved tornado/storm shelters designed to withstand winds up to 250 mph with ample room to house students and staff
  • 12 to 20 community service hours required annually for Middle School students. School service hours required of each family.
  • Middle School House System builds community and models service to others across Middle School grade levels. 
  • 19 extracurricular activities including traditional sports, Scouting, Robotics, Math Counts, Academic Bowl, Journalism Club, Service Club, Mad Science, Young Rembrandts, Running Club, Student Council and more.