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lead our journey to DESTINATION EXCELLENCE

When you join Team Tulsa as a school leader, you become part of an incredible team that's working hard every day to change the world for students. Our school leaders are dedicated, passionate, caring educators who share a firm belief in ensuring success, equity, and opportunity for all of our students. And as district, we believe that our principals are key. We support your growth and continuous learning so that you can focus on hiring and cultivating talent, building relationships, and fostering a positive and safe school culture of learning.

If you're interested in maximizing your leadership potential, apply to join Team Tulsa today!

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A SCHOOL LEADER AT TULSA PUBLIC SCHOOLS?

We believe that children can achieve ambitious goals and make positive contributions to our world.
We strive for excellence and are willing to make difficult decisions for students when necessary.
We value continuous learning to help our leaders grow through ongoing development.
We are innovative and support our leaders in solving problems for our students. 
We are committed to equity and provide supports to match student needs.
We are a team that values families, community members, and school collaboration.
We believe that our school leaders are the key to success and we're all-in to help them get there.
We have fun and embrace joy to inspire a lifelong love of learning for our students.

Steps to apply to school leadership positions

Professional learning spotlight: School leaders institute

Tulsa Public Schools' School Leaders Institute creates a community of ongoing learning for our Team Tulsa principals and assistant principals. Through monthly institute sessions, school leaders have the opportunity to engage in workshops and professional learning designed to:

  • Deepen school leaders' understanding of the school performance framework.
  • Facilitate the goal-setting process for students in the upcoming school year.
  • Help set district-wide outcome targets for student achievement and school culture.
  • Assist leaders in assessing personnel needs and allocations to best align budgets with student needs.