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Business Professionals of America JH/HS

Business Professionals of America is an opportunity for student leaders to discover their passion and change the world by creating unmatched opportunities in learning, professional growth and service.

Tulsa Will Rogers Junior High and High School BPA has participated in the Toys for Tots community service project for two years. We also participate in many Junior Achievement job showings. 

Dala Gober-Reeves


JROTC is an elective class designed to Motivate Young People to Become Better Citizens.  Students (cadets) develop leadership skills to become our country’s future decision makers.  The cadets take their skills and apply them in service learning projects throughout the community.  The program also has Rifle Marksmanship Team, Color Guard Team, Drill Team, and a Physical Fitness Team that compete against other JROTC programs in Oklahoma, Missouri, and Arkansas.

Col. Daryl Ping

Ebony Bowl

The Ebony Bowl Team studies the great contributions of African Americans in our recent history. The quiz bowl competition happens in February on a Saturday. The students will be challenged on subjects not always taught in the junior high setting, but all students are there to represent and enjoy new academic experiences outside of the classroom.

Peggy Reichard


At Rogers, we take pride in our work.. We will be doing two plays this year -- I won't tell you just yet, but be ready to laugh at one and be sad or mad at the other. My students love the class. They are able to express their inner-self and be the person they truly are in Drama. If you think you don't have a voice, or don't fit in, believe me, by the end of the year, you'll be begging for more. We have a state of the art auditorium of which people travel to see. Our school is listed on the National Recreational Registry, what a killer building we get to be a part of daily! At Rogers, in Drama you will also see slam poetry, monologue showcases, and comedy shows. Come on out for a breathtaking view and wonderful acting.

Ms. Jen Lawrence


Tina Ham

Adam Johnston

Student Council

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Stephanie Brucks
High School STUCO Sponsor

Jackie Churchill
Junior High STUCO Sponsor

Ropers Warriors (Ropers for Christ)

Amy Bracher


Daniel Anderson


Sponsors: Dugan and Smith

Winter Guard

John Lowe
Band Director


John Lowe
Band Director

Girl Power

Sponsor: Mulvaney

Future Teachers of America

Sponsor: Conner

Junior High Newspaper

Karen Miller


Karen Miller

Dr. Nathan Jones

After School Activities

All after school activities are free and open to Rogers students in grades 7-12. Activities meet in the cafeteria. Students get a hot meal and transportation home.

Please contact Mr. Haskins with questions via phone at 469-371-2854, email, or in room 107.

Academic Bowl

The Will Rogers College Junior High Academic Bowl Team is comprised of students that wish to challenge themselves in an environment of fun but challenging questions based on every subject, from music to science. They compete with other Tulsa Public middle and junior high students 3-4 times a year in the fall and winter of the year.

Wednesday and Thursday, 3:35 to 5:25 p.m.

Peggy Reichard

Baila Tulsa

Learn and practice Latin dance.

Monday and Wednesday, 3:35 to 5:25 p.m.

Camp Fire Pride

Pride is a social justice club for equality and community service.

Thursday, 3:35 to 5:25 p.m.

Gregory Lowry

Chef Club

Cooking and eating with a professional chef.

Tuesday, 3:35 to 5:25 p.m.

Chess Club

Learn chess strategies and play against other students.

Thursday, 3:35 to 5:25 p.m.

David Dixon

Crime Scene Investigation

Discover a crime scene that students must solve.

Tuesday and Thursday, 3:35 to 5:25 p.m.

Debate & Drama

In debate, students learn to argue like lawyers. In drama, students learn acting.

Monday through Friday, 3:35 to 5:25 p.m.

Sponsors: Haskins and Perry


Help grow the school's garden and learn through biology experiments.

Monday and Wednesday, 3:35 to 5:35 p.m.

Sponsors: Clark and Brady

Hip-hop Dance

Create and perform dances to songs from the radio.

Tuesday and Thursday, 3:35 to 5:25 p.m.

Taylor Pride


Read and discuss poetry together, and work on your own creative writing.

Tuesday, 3:35 to 4:45 p.m.


Build robots and drones that actually work, code a phone app, and more.

Tuesday and Friday, 3:35 to 5:25 p.m.

Stop Motion Animation

Learn to create and film stop motion movies.

Tuesday, 3:35 to 5:25 p.m.



Build and code computers and video games.

Tuesday and Thursday, 3:35 to 5:25 p.m.