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Tulsa Public Schools students graduate college and career ready with advanced placement courses, concurrent enrollment opportunities, and career and technology education programs.

OUR COLLEGE AND CAREER READY GRADUATES: 

  • Earn college credits through Advanced Placement courses and concurrent enrollment;

  • Gain hands-on work experience through career and technology education and internships;

  • Train in and earn industry certifications in areas such as Adobe Photoshop, computer fundamentals, and web design concepts; and

  • Explore the performing arts with courses including dance, drama, and vocal music.

All Tulsa Public School students have access to rigorous course offerings designed to prepare them for the greatest success in college, careers, and life. 

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Advanced Placement

Advanced Placement (AP) courses allow students to challenge themselves, explore their interests, and earn college credit and placement. Students get a taste of college-level work while developing the academic skills they need for college success. Learn more.

Career and Technology education

Career and Technical Education (CTE) allows middle and high school students to gain hands-on learning experience in areas such as agriculture, culinary arts, digital media or pre-engineering. Students can earn industry certifications and build workplace competencies in their field of interest. Learn more.

A complete list of CTE pathways can be found here.

City Lab

City Lab in an AEP Credits Count grant funded educational job program where students identify real-world problems, propose solutions, and present ideas within a design-thinking framework. City Lab takes place over spring break and summer vacation and provides opportunities for students to build leadership skills, engage creatively, and develop STEM practices with the goal to better prepare participants for the challenges of college, career, and young adult life. For more information, please contact Bracken Klar.

Concurrent Enrollment

Tulsa Public Schools partners with Tulsa Community College (TCC) to offer concurrent enrollment for juniors and seniors who meet the academic and testing requirements. Concurrent enrollment provides opportunities for students to take on the challenge of college coursework before they graduate from high school and receive both high school and college credit for courses.

Students at Rogers High School can take college courses taught by TCC faculty on-site, students from all other high schools take their courses on a Tulsa Community college campus. Learn more.

Early College High School

Starting in school year 2021-2022, Tulsa Public Schools and Tulsa Community College will offer an Early College High School Program at McLain High School and Memorial High School.

This program will allow eligible high school students with the opportunity to earn 60 college credits concurrently; students who complete the program will receive both an associate degree and a high school diploma upon graduation. Learn more.

ICAP

Tulsa Public Schools high school students complete an Individual Career Academic Plan which is a student-driven and adult-supported multi-year process that intentionally guides students as they explore career, academic, and postsecondary opportunities. Learn more.

International Baccalaureate

The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program at Booker T. Washington High School aims to develop students who have excellent breadth and depth of knowledge – students who flourish physically, intellectually, emotionally and ethically. IB is internationally recognized and can allow a student to receive college credits through examinations.

Internships

Tulsa Public Schools’ internship program allows students to earn high school credit while engaging in real-work learning at local employers. Learn more.

Seal of Biliteracy

Our students can earn the Tulsa Public Schools Seal of Biliteracy by successfully attaining proficiency in both English and an additional language by high school graduation. Tulsa Public Schools was the first public school district in the State of Oklahoma to offer the Seal of Biliteracy in 11 different languages! Learn more.

Tulsa Beyond

The Tulsa Beyond high school redesign initiative is a system of high schools that prepare and inspire youth for the economic, cultural, and environmental realities of this radically different and rapidly-changing future. Our three Tulsa Beyond programs are: Hale Beyond, TLA Beyond, and Webster Beyond. These schools have designed a new way to do school that will give students more choice and voice, and better prepare them for the future. For more information on Tulsa Beyond, contact Joey Fraier.

Tulsa Tech

Tulsa Public Schools’ partnership with Tulsa Tech allows high school students to pursue their interests in a variety of career and technology education fields.

In addition to programs taught on Tulsa Tech campuses, Tulsa Tech currently offers four embedded programs at East Central HS, Edison HS, McLain HS and Memorial HS.


Explore our high schools


Booker T. Washington High

1514 E. Zion St., Tulsa, OK 74106
Phone: 918-925-1000
Principal: Melissa Woolridge
Career Technology Pathways: Web Design; Graphic Design; Editing & Proofing; Accounting

Central Middle and High

3101 W. Edison St., Tulsa, OK 74127
Phone: 918-833-8400
Principal: Jason Gilley
Career Technology Pathways: Web Design

East Central High

2150 E. 11 St., Tulsa, OK 74128 
Phone: 918-746-9700
Principal: Mike Crase
Career Technology Pathways: Computer Repair; Graphic Design; Manufacturing

Edison Preparatory

2906 E. 41 St., Tulsa, OK 74105
Phone: 918-746-8500
Principal: Clay Vinyard
Career Technology Pathways: Administration; Graphic Design; Pre-Engineering

Hale High

6960 E. 21 St., Tulsa, OK 74129
Phone: 918-925-1200
Principal: Sheila Riley
Career Technology Pathways: Web Design; Culinary

McLain High

4929 N. Peoria Ave., Tulsa, OK 74126
Phone: 918-833-8500
Principal: Renee Rabovsky
Career Technology Pathways: Graphic Design; Manufacturing; Editing & Proofing; Computer Science

MemoriaL HIGH

5840 S. Hudson Ave., Tulsa, OK 74135
Phone: 918-833-9600
Principal: Rebecca Grooms
Career Technology Pathways: Graphic Design; Pre-Engineering

WebsteR MIDDLE AND HIGH

1919 W. 40 St. Tulsa, OK 74107
Phone: 918-746-8000
Principal: Shelly Holman
Career Technology Pathways: Horticulture; Agriculture Maintenance; Agricultural Science; Digital Media; Broadcasting; Marketing

Will Rogers CollegE MIDDLE AND HIGH

3909 E. 5 Pl., Tulsa, OK 74112
Phone: 918-833-9000
Principal: Nicolette Dennis
Career Technology Pathways: Graphic Design

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PHOENIX Rising

3441 East Archer St. Tulsa, OK 74115
Phone: 918-833-8376
Administrator: Lindsay Goldfarb
Grade Levels: 9th-12th

TRAICE ACADEMY

2740 E. 41 St. N., Tulsa, OK 74110 
Phone: 918-925-1360
Assistant Principal: Trisha Cook
Career Technology Pathways: Web Design; Graphic Design

Street School

1135 S. Yale Avenue, Tulsa OK 74112 USA
Phone: 918-833-9800
Grade Levels: 9th-12th

TUlsa Learning Academy

525 East 46th Street North, Tulsa, OK 74126
Phone: 918-746-6770
Principal: Dixie Speer

Tulsa MET JUNIOR HIGH AND HIGH

6201 E. Virgin St., Tulsa, OK 74115
Phone: 918-746-9300
Principal: Valerie Farrow
Career Technology Pathways: Administration

TULSA TECH CAREER ACADEMY

3850 N Peoria Ave, Tulsa 74106
Phone: 918-828-5000
Administrator: Dr. Rick Palazzo
Grade Levels: 11th-12th

TULSA VIRTUAL ACADEMY

Phone: 918-746-8821
Principal: Rochelle “Gina” Wilson
Grade Levels: Pre-K-12th

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