OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma - You could soon be able to show off your school pride with your license plate, but there's a catch.

Thanks to a law going into effect on November 1, 2017, several school districts, including Jenks, Bixby and Owasso, could get their own special license plates.

The only stipulation is that the Oklahoma Tax Commission has to receive at least 100 pre-paid applications for each individual plate between November 1 and May 1 of 2018.

A portion of the money raised would go back to the individual school districts.

House Bill 1510 made the plates available for Jenks and Bixby. Senate Bill 408 made them available for the following districts:

Owasso
Collinsville
Sperry
Skiatook
Rejoice
East Central
Southeast

If you apply for one of the tags but the tax commission doesn't receive enough applications, it says your money will be refunded. 

The Oklahoma Tax Commission says the tags cost $35, with $20 of that going to the school district. The OTC says anyone can request a tag for a district not covered by the law, but it requires 500 pre-paid applications in that case. 

Use the following form to apply for the tags: