Seven Oklahoma high schools have been named “Oklahoma’s Promise 2021 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 $60,000 or less to earn a tuition scholarship for college or certain programs at public career technology centers.
“Oklahoma’s Promise is a transformational program, helping students achieve the dream of a college education,” said Chancellor Allison D. Garrett. “These seven Oklahoma high schools did an exceptional job encouraging and supporting their students’ participation in this program. The State Regents and I commend them for their hard work and dedication to Oklahoma’s future.”
Champion: Dove Science Academy HS (Oklahoma City), with 30 Oklahoma’s Promise graduates. This is Dove Science Academy's 11th championship.