Education: With eight excellent public school systems in Mayes County (five of them K-12, including of the systems of Pryor, Adair, Chouteau-Mazie, Locust Grove and Salina), area residents enjoy both choice and high quality in public schools. And with 13 colleges and universities located within 80 miles of MidAmerica, 10 located within 50 miles, and Rogers State University’s satellite campus right here at the park, higher education opportunities keep traditional students and lifelong adult learners up to speed and ahead of the game in a global world.
For a list of colleges, click here.
For K-12 information click on systems:
Oklahomans want to see deserving students succeed and know the importance of well-trained workforce. To that end, the Oklahoma has set-up a unique program for 8th, 9th and 10th grade students that will help fund their college education, whether it be 2-year, 4-year, or technical training. The program is called the Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program (OHLAP).
Healthcare: Mayes County residents are assured of great medical care right here at home, from routine and minor emergency care to crucial diagnostics to excellent inpatient and outpatient services. And only 40 minutes away, the Tulsa metro healthcare community offers the services of approximately 1700 physicians and nearly three dozen hospitals, including two—St. Francis Hospital and St. John Medical Center—named as Top U.S. Hospitals by U.S. News and World Report.
Here in Mayes County, facilities include:
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