Webster High School (Tulsa, Oklahoma)

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Daniel Webster High School
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Location
1919 West 40th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Information
Type Public broadcasting and digital media magnet school
Established 1938
Principal Jim Rector
Grades 9-12
Number of students
558 (per 2009-2010 OSSAA classification)[1]
Mascot Warriors
Website

Daniel Webster High School is a high school in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It is part of the Tulsa Public Schools, and is a public school for students from grades 9 through 12. The school opened in 1938 in the West Tulsa section of the city,[2][3] and is housed in a PWA-style Art Deco building designed by architects Arthur M. Atkinson, John Duncan Forsyth, Raymond Kerr, and William H. Wolaver.[4][5]

In 2009, the school established a broadcasting and digital media magnet school program.[6]

Notable graduates[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2009-10 OSSAA A.D.M. for Classification Purposes at Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association website (retrieved March 4, 2010).
  2. ^ Juanita Crawford Muga, "Clinton-Webster graduates had lots of class in 1938", Tulsa World, November 4, 1998.
  3. ^ Cristina Dudley, "Webster alumni from 1938-1948 invited to a party", Tulsa World, August 31, 2005.
  4. ^ Art Deco Buildings in Tulsa: Daniel Webster High School at Tulsa Preservation Commission website (accessed March 4, 2010).
  5. ^ Tulsa Art Deco at Price Tower Arts Center website (accessed March 4, 2010).
  6. ^ Andrea Eger, "Sullivan tours several TPS magnet schools", Tulsa World, April 13, 2009.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 36°06′20″N 96°00′51″W / 36.105524°N 96.014238°W / 36.105524; -96.014238