High school is a time for students to gain new knowledge, explore their interests, learn about college and career opportunities, and build lasting relationships with their peers and teachers.
Depending on your choice of high school, your child might*:
Graduate with an associate degree in the Early College High School programs at McLain and Memorial, an International Baccalaureate diploma from Booker T. Washington, or an AP Capstone diploma from Edison Preparatory;
Earn career-ready certifications in the embedded Tulsa Tech program at East Central;
Study horticulture and animal science in the agricultural education program at Webster;
Get hands on experience in the culinary arts at Hale’s Kitchen - the state’s only school-based restaurant at Hale;
Develop critical thinking skills, build character, and build lifelong relationships at Tulsa Honor Academy or KIPP Tulsa;
Focus on their pathways of interest - including Career and College, Fine Arts, STEM, and Liberal Arts - Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences.
Prepare for careers in cybersecurity or learn with embedded University of Tulsa teachers at Rogers;
Gain real-world experience through internships at Tulsa MET, participate in flexible learning off- and online at North Star, or complete a self-directed fully online program at Tulsa Virtual.
*Program offerings vary by school.
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Preparing for college and careers
We offer college and career pathways that meet the needs of every student! Your child can:
- Work their counselor or advisor to develop a life plan to help them explore their career and postsecondary interests;
- Earn both high school and college credits by taking Advanced Placement coursework and/or classes at Tulsa Community College;
- Get industry certifications through classes at Tulsa Tech or in one of our four embedded Tulsa Tech programs at East Central, Edison, McLain, or Memorial;
- Choose from 46 Career Tech programs including advanced manufacturing, agricultural sciences, web design, technology support, and culinary arts;
- Graduate with our Seal of Biliteracy by demonstrating proficiency in English and an additional language;
- Participate in internship programs throughout Tulsa to gain real-world experience and high school credits.
Fine Arts, Athletics, and Activities
Every student can participate in fine arts programs that may include vocal and instrumental music, visual and performing arts, dance, and drama. Thanks to the support of Tulsans in the 2021 Bond, we will be making additional fine arts investments over the next five years.
Every high school student can participate in our athletics programs. Our offerings for high school include: baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, football, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track, wrestling, and volleyball.
Each high school has its own set of clubs and activities based on the interests of their students. Some of the programs available in our district include: Academic Bowl, Changemakers, Drama club, Jazz Band, National Honor Society, Student Council, STEM, and Tulsa Debate League.
New Cafeteria Spaces
Thanks to the 2021 Bond, our high schools will be getting new, flexible-use cafeteria spaces!
Learn more here
New Athletic Facilities
Thanks to the 2021 Bond, some of our high schools will be getting new athletics spaces and facilities!
Learn more here
Booker T. Washington High
1514 E. Zion St., Tulsa, OK 74106
Principal: Melissa Woolridge
Career Technology Pathways: Accounting, Graphic Design, Computer Science, Entrepreneurship
Central Middle and High
3101 W. Edison St., Tulsa, OK 74127
Principal: Jason Gilley
Career Technology Pathways: Business Administration
East Central High
2150 E. 11 St., Tulsa, OK 74128
Principal: Rochelle “Gina” Wilson
Career Technology Pathways: Aerospace; Graphic Design; Manufacturing
2906 E. 41 St., Tulsa, OK 74105
Principal: Clay Vinyard
Career Technology Pathways: Graphic Design; Administrative Technology; Web Design
6960 E. 21 St., Tulsa, OK 74129
Principal: Sheila Riley
Career Technology Pathways: Culinary Arts; Construction; Graphic Design; Web Design; Administrative Technology; Human Growth and Development
4929 N. Peoria Ave., Tulsa, OK 74126
Principal: Renee Rabovsky
Career Technology Pathways: Manufacturing; Digital Photography; Administrative Technology; Computer Aided Drafted and Design; Computer Science
5840 S. Hudson Ave., Tulsa, OK 74135
Principal: Rebecca Grooms
Career Technology Pathways: Multimedia Image Technology; Graphic Design; Engineering
WebsteR MIDDLE AND HIGH
1919 W. 40 St. Tulsa, OK 74107
Principal: Shelly Holman
Career Technology Pathways: Agriculture; Horticulture; Entrepreneurship; Graphic Design; Television; Film, and Digital Media
Will Rogers CollegE MIDDLE AND HIGH
3909 E. 5 Pl., Tulsa, OK 74112
Acting Principal: Cindy Largent
Career Technology Pathways: Cybersecurity; Administrative Technology
North Star Academy
525 East 46th Street North, Tulsa, OK 74126
Principal: Dixie Speer
3441 East Archer St. Tulsa, OK 74115
Administrator: Geoff Wilbur
Grade Levels: 9th-12th
2740 E. 41 St. N., Tulsa, OK 74110
Principal: Maurice Walker
Career Technology Pathways: Web Design; Graphic Design
1135 S. Yale Avenue, Tulsa OK 74112 USA
Grade Levels: 9th-12th
Tulsa MET Middle AND HIGH
6201 E. Virgin St., Tulsa, OK 74115
Principal: Jen Baugess
Career Technology Pathways: Administration
TULSA TECH CAREER ACADEMY
3850 N Peoria Ave, Tulsa 74106
Administrator: Dr. Rick Palazzo
Grade Levels: 11th-12th
TULSA VIRTUAL ACADEMY
Principal: Tabitha Arreola
Grade Levels: Pre-K-12th
District-authorized charter schools
Visit each school's website to learn about their secondary programs.
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