The Billings Public Schools Board of Education voted 4-0 on June 22, 2016 in favor of

participating in the Community Eligibility Program through the Child Nutrition Program.

ALL students, regardless of economic status, will receive FREE Breakfast and Lunch every school

day throughout 2016 – 2017!

This is a wonderful opportunity for the Billings community to ensure that each and every student

receives two nutritious meals every day during school!

Call the school office at 580-725-3271 with any questions or Fax at 580-725-3278


Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 39

Billings, Ok


Due to changes being made to our school food service program, the school will no longer be offering extra milk(s) for purchase. Instead, students who do not open their milk(s) will return them, and those milk(s) will be available to other students free of charge.
Another change deals with outside food and/or drink.  Students may now bring any outside food and/or drink into the cafeteria, including pop not purchased at school.
If you have questions contact the school - 725-3271

STUDENT CONDUCT (page 14 of student handbook)

    Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that exemplifies Billings Junior High/High School. All students are expected to represent themselves with an attitude that reflects the philosophy of Billings Schools.

This manner is expected in class, in the hall, on campus, at extracurricular activities, or any other event that may be a representation of Billings Schools.

    Loud talking, milling, grouping, or disorderly conduct in the halls will not be permitted during the breaks. Students should be moving to their right when halls are crowded.

    The most affection students will be allowed to show is that of holding hands. Horseplay will not be tolerated.  Students are not allowed in the cafeteria except during the breakfast or lunch periods.

    Billings Junior High/High School students are expected to be responsible and respectful to faculty members and the school property and grounds. Students must be accountable for their decisions and must be willing to accept the consequences for their actions.

 Superintendent's Honor Roll
Students who have achieved a 4.0 GPA:

Principal's Honor Roll
Students with a 3.5 GPA or above



Mission Statement

We believe that all children-can and do-want to learn, when provided appropriate nurturing. We are convinced that this should be a cooperative venture linking the needs of home, school, and community. It is the mission of Billings Elementary to provide a safe learning environment in which children can develop academically, socially, emotionally, and physically to their fullest potential.



Mission Statement

Middle School/High School 

Believing that all children-can and do-want to learn, we at Billings Middle School/High School enthusiastically accept the responsibility of providing a safe and orderly environment for that learning to develop. We view education as a life-long process in which we play a vital role in preparing the student to make sound decisions defining his/her place academically, physically, socially, vocationally, morally, and culturally in an increasing complex, yet compact internationally community. We are convinced that this should be a cooperative venture, linking the needs of home, school, and the community to the aspirations of the student.

Thank you to all of our Yearbook sponsors who purchased a full page and half page ad. 

Without their enthusiastic support our yearbook would not exist. 

 We want you to patronize our Advertisers. Look through the ads in our yearbook and find out who has backed the school, then show your appreciation. Patronize them! Tell others about them!

Thank you, 

The Yearbook Staff 

Be sure to check out our Yearbook page for the rest of our sponsors.


& Garber



Ponca City 



Antelope Valley Angus

Billings FCA

First Bank and Trust

Billings Fairchild Center

W.B. Johnston Grain Co.

Mr. Lounsbury

Bank of Kremlin

Janzen GMC


Memorial Hospital & Clinic

Daylight Donuts

Pemberton's Chevrolet
Barry Sanders SuperCenter

Northern Oklahoma College

Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pies