Broken Arrow Express
Another year. Another group of champion wrestlers.
Four names were added to Broken Arrow’s list of championship wrestlers for 2017 as sophomores Gavin Potter and Zach Marcheselli, along with seniors Skyler Haynes and Trenton Lieurance took first in their respective weight classes at the state tournament in Oklahoma City in late February.Read More
NATIONAL FINALIST: Broken Arrow High School has been named as one of four finalists for America’s Most Spirited High School by Varsity Brands. The winning school receives $25,000. Broken Arrow is competing against Bingham High School in South Jordan, Utah; El Toro High School in Lake Forest, California; and Kahuku High School in Kahuku, Hawaii.Read More
Broken Arrow High School’s mock trial team took eighth place in the semifinal round of the 2017 Oklahoma High School Mock Trial competition.Read More
In April, Broken Arrow Public Schools will gain community feedback regarding the recent recommendation given by the BAPS High School Configuration Study Steering Committee.Read More
Mike Case, founder of Case and Associates Properties, Inc., recently pledged to match donations made to the Bever Family–First Responders Memorial Garden Fund up to $20,000.Read More
Broken Arrow High School student Jacob Taylor has been awarded a 2017 Academic All-State Award from the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence.
Taylor is one of 100 winning students across the state who are top public high school seniors; he was selected from 551 nominations statewide.Read More
Through the partnership between ARTSOK: The Regional Arts Alliance of Broken Arrow and multiple-award winning singer and Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth, corporations are getting on board to support arts education through the Kristin Chenoweth Arts & Education Fund.Read More
Junior Caleb Huffman is the man putting up points for Broken Arrow, but he gets help from senior teammate Tony Hall. As a matter of fact, the pair are like a balanced attack.Read More
Broken Arrow’s Skyler Haynes is a defending state champion on the mat. He hopes to repeat that in February at the state wrestling tournament in Oklahoma City.Read More