Booker T. Washington senior Gloria Rubio was selected to be one of Bank of America's Student Leaders.
Orange-Out Night: dress in orange from top to bottom and join us at SE Williams Stadium on Friday, September 13th at 7:00 pm when the Hornets take on Bentonville, AR.
8th Grade Shadowing: shadowing sign-ups are now available. Reserve your space today.
2019 Homecoming: join us on Friday, October 4th for Homecoming and watch the BTW Hornets take on the Bixby Spartans. It's time to "Take Back the Throne!"
Check out how being a student at Booker T. Washington High School changed Deanrea Sykes, and learn what he wants to do for work because of his time in the Hive!
Booker T Washington celebrate their academic and basketball 6A state championships.
Booker T. Washington's jazz ensemble had the chance to work with Steve Wilson and the Herbie Hancock institute.
Learn more about Booker T. Washington and the many programs it has to offer.
Tulsa Public Schools is going to work with the community to understand core initiatives, services and supports, and what people value the most. Over the next few months, we will work to narrow in on our core set of priorities to improve student experiences while re-growing our student enrollment.
In the 2019-2020 school year, we are excited to work with our community to Shape Our Future to both improve the experiences Tulsans have in our district and redesign our system to make teaching and learning more equitable and accessible.
From the start of the first bus to the sounds of student dismissal - the first day of school creates feelings of nostalgia and excitement at the same time.
Tulsa Learning Academy offers personalized learning opportunities through Tulsa Beyond and online classes.
In the fall, students can give feedback that will be used to customize their school menu. The information gathered gives our staff time to make changes and improvements to the menu within six weeks.