Schools in Chickasha

Chickasha Public Schools

Chickasha Public Schools includes 5 locations covering grades Pre-K through 12th. The city recently approved the $2.7 million Restoring Excellence bond to fund maintenance and improvements across the district. We understand that investing in our schools is an important part of investing in our economy.

Bill Wallace Early Childhood Center

Grades Pre-K – 1st
2301 S. 16th St.
Phone: (405) 222-6544

The Bill Wallace Early Childhood Center is dedicated to the award-winning Oklahoma author William “Bill” Wallace, who wrote “A Dog Called Kitty”. Wallace wrote 31 children’s books and co-authored seven books with his wife of 45 years, Carol Wallace. He also traveled throughout the United States, speaking to children at schools, libraries and elsewhere. He taught physical education, kindergarten and was an assistant principal before becoming principal at West Elementary School in Chickasha. That school is now named the Bill Wallace Early Childhood Center. He later left the school to dedicate his time to writing and public speaking.

Grand Elementary

Grades 2 – 4
1415 Grand Ave.
Phone: (405) 222-6524

Lincoln Elementary

Grades 5 and 6
103 Dakota Ave.
Phone: (405) 222-6520

Chickasha Middle School

Grades 7 and 8
1000 S. 9th St.
Phone: (405) 222-6530

Chickasha High School

Grades 9 – 12
101 John P. Cowan St.
Phone: (405) 222-6550

Private & Religious Education

Epworth United Methodist Church Day School

Grade Pre-K (Ages 2-4)
420 W. Iowa Ave.
Phone: (405) 224-5859

The mission of Epworth UMC Day School is to provide a safe, quality, educational, and loving environment that will nurture your child’s physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Classes include chapel service, physical education, music, and the Reading Eggs Computer Program.

For more information, contact director Rosa Franklin at (405) 224-5859 or email

James Caraway Christian Academy (JCCA)

Grades Pre-K – 12
730 County Road 1330
Phone: (405) 892-9039

James Caraway Christian Academy was established in 2007. It is privately owned and operated by Keith and Tracy Caraway. JCCA offers Pre-K through 12th grade classes, a specialized reading program, ACT prep courses, IEP student programs, and adult education diplomas equivalent to a GED. They focus on the spiritual, physical, and emotional well-being of each student in addition to academics. Each class is limited to 7-12 students, allowing for better and more personalized instruction.

Enrollment is limited and starts in January of each year. Students must be re-enrolled each year to reserve a spot in their classes.