Sapulpa High School is a public high school in Sapulpa, Oklahoma, United States serving 1,157 students in grades 10–12.

66% of the students are white, while 5% are black, 5% are Hispanic and 24% are American Indian.[1]

Athletics

Sapulpa High School has multiple athletic teams, including baseball, football, soccer, wrestling, softball, tennis, track and field, swimming, volleyball, and golf. Several known professional athletes have come out of Sapulpa High School - minor league baseball players Don Bacon and Brian Cardwell; Major League Baseball player Don Allen Wallace, who played 23 games with the California Angels in the 1967 season.

Clubs and organizations

The school has many clubs and organizations, including the BIG BLUE BAND, Yearbook, Jazz Band, Syncopation Jazz Choir, Blue Blazed Marvels, Advanced Women's Choir, Applied Vocal Music, A.P.E.S., Color Guard, Winter Guard, Ping Pings, etc.[2]

Notable alumni

References

  1. ^ Public School Review
  2. ^ List of clubs
  3. ^ "Tulsa World".
  4. ^ "RAY SMITH". profootballarchives.com. Retrieved October 10, 2015.

Coordinates: 35°59′58″N 96°05′56″W / 35.999312°N 96.098783°W / 35.999312; -96.098783