Edmond Public Schools is the third largest district in Oklahoma, serving more than 24,400 students The district has 17 elementary schools, six middle schools, three high schools, two alternative high school programs and an early childhood center. Heartland Middle School opened in 2016. It is just south of and adjacent to Frontier Elementary on Pennsylvania.
The district also has purchased land east of I-35 to build additional schools, including a fourth high school which will be located on the southeast corner of Air Depot and Covell. The new high school will open sometime in the next five or six years.
- Grades 9-12: 7:40-2:30 (7th hour flex 2:35-3:30)
- Grades 6-8: 7:50-2:40
- Grades K-5: 8:25-3:15 (Chisholm, Clegern, Clyde Howell, Ida Freeman, Northern Hills, Russell Dougherty, Sunset, Washington Irving, West Field)
- Grades K-5: 8:50-3:40 (Angie Debo, Charles Haskell, Centennial, Cross Timbers, John Ross, Orvis Risner, Will Rogers, Frontier, Heritage)