Jenks High School’s 6th Horn mock trial team was named the 2017 Oklahoma High School Mock Trial Champions after defeating Owasso High School in the final round of competition in March. Jenks High School’s Tremors team placed seventh in competition.Read More
In just four years, Rhett Scroggs went from beginner to seasoned leader on the Jenks swim team.
Scroggs, a senior, had a big impact on the Trojans, who captured their first state championship since 2011 in February. It marked the 28th in program history, 17th on the boys’ side.Read More
Jenks High School seniors Amber Bick, Gregory Lucas and Caroline Yaeger have been awarded 2017 Academic All-State Awards from the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence.Read More
BELOVED MUSICAL: In March, the Jenks Vocal Music Program presented The Wizard of Oz. The production featured students from Jenks High School and Jenks elementary and intermediate students. Jenks High School graduate Michael Fling directed.Read More
FFA FACILITY: In March, Jenks Public Schools held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its Agricultural Science Facility, 2615 W. 101st St. S. The 5,000-square-foot facility is the first building designed specifically for the Future Farmers of America department. Created to house hogs, sheep, and goats, the facility has 27 stalls, a temperature-controlled ventilation system, a large wash bay, and a tack room.Read More
Jenks has been on top in the Class 6A boys’ swim poll all season, culminating with the Oklahoma State Championship.
The Trojans competed in the state tournament in their home facility, the Jenks High School Aquatic Center. Hopes were high, but they knew it wouldn’t be simple.
A plethora of Trojans competed at the state meet.
Jordon Curtis, Reese Leitao, and Isaiah Epps signed letters of intent to play college football on Feb. 1.
The three Trojan standouts, who graduate this spring, were key parts of the Trojans’ Class 6AI semifinalist squad, who went 11-1 this past fall.Read More
Since starting baseball at a young age, it has been a dream for Brett Standlee to play the game in college. Having tailgated at Oklahoma State football games while growing up, Standlee wanted to attend college there. Both came true Nov. 9 when the Jenks standout signed a letter of intent to play his college career for the Cowboys before his classmates, coaches and school administrators at the Sharp Center.Read More
On Feb. 18, Jenks Public Schools Foundation will hold its 2017 We are Trojans Dinner and Auction at the Cox Business Center Tulsa Ballroom, 100 Civic Center in downtown Tulsa.Read More