Wilburton Public Schools Named OK Promise 2A State Scholarship Champion

Seven Oklahoma high schools have been named “Oklahoma’s Promise 2020 State Champions,” leading the state in the number of graduates who met the requirements to receive an Oklahoma’s Promise scholarship. Oklahoma’s Promise is a state program that provides an opportunity for students from families whose annual income is $55,000 or less to earn a tuition scholarship for college or certain programs at public career technology centers. “These seven Oklahoma high schools are to be commended for serving as champions for their students,” said Chancellor Glen D. Johnson. “The State Regents and I applaud their efforts. Since 1996, more than 95,000 Oklahoma students have taken advantage of the opportunity to pursue their college education through earning the Oklahoma’s Promise scholarship.” High schools named Oklahoma’s Promise 2020 State Champions are: Class B Champion: Indiahoma, with seven Oklahoma’s Promise graduates. This is Indiahoma’s second championship. Runners-up: Boise City, Leedey, Tupelo and Varnum, with six Oklahoma’s Promise graduates each. Class A Champion: Fort Cobb-Broxton, with 12 Oklahoma’s Promise graduates. Runners-up: Keota, Sentinel, Thomas-Fay-Custer and Weleetka, with 10 Oklahoma’s Promise graduates each. Class 2A Champion: Wilburton, with 18 Oklahoma’s Promise graduates.   Runner-up: Hulbert, with 15 Oklahoma’s Promise graduates. Class 3A Champion: Dove Science Academy

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