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Recruiting video tells Will Rogers' story to prospective students

A video shot in 2015 by Dick Risk, co-directed by Beth Dennis, both from the Class of 1959, starring Principal Nicolette "Nikki" Dennis and members of the staff and faculty, tells the story of how Will Rogers High School was literally closed and then re-opened with hand-picked staff and faculty and a student body that must show progress and achievement on their test scores and maintain a certain grade average to remain at the school. During 11th and 12th grades, students may earn up to 24 credit hours from Tulsa Community College, which has classrooms located on the Will Rogers campus in the annex building, with credit applied concurrently toward high school graduation requirements.