Tulsa Public Schools, the state’s most prestigious law school, has the highest average GPA in the state, according to data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).
Tulsa has more than 1,600 students in grades 9-12, making it the second-most popular school in the country, ahead of University of Texas-Austin.
It is also ranked among the top 50 law schools in the U.S. The school has more graduates than any other, with about 1,000 students and a median GPA of 2.3, according the NCES data.
The average GPA is a measure of a school’s ability to educate its students and its alumni, and is based on data from more than 500,000 law school graduates across the country.
The average GPA also includes a factor of 10, a percentage that indicates the likelihood that a school is performing better than the national average.
The NCES’s rankings are based on three factors: student-faculty ratio, graduation rates and school prestige.
According to NCES, the top law schools tend to have high graduation rates.
But the average GPA does not include a graduation rate indicator, which is more predictive of a student’s success in the future.
The NCES classifies schools as high or average depending on the data it collects.
The schools ranked in the top 25 for graduation rates are the University of Tulsa, the University at Buffalo, the Tulane University School of Law, the George Washington University School for Law and Medicine, and the University Law School at New York University.
Tulsans law school has the third-highest GPA in Tulsac.
The university, ranked number one in the nation, has a median score of 2,093.
The median GPA is 2.71, and it has more graduating students than any of the other schools.
Tulane University is the third most prestigious school in Taosas history.
It was founded in 1869 and was the first law school to offer degrees in history and the classics.
The University at Tulsa, which opened in 1949, has more alumni than the University School at Buffalo or the University law school at New Jersey.