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Changes At Tulsa's Will Rogers High School

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One Tulsa high school football team is off to one of its best starts in decades. That success on the field is translating into more success on campus.

The Will Rogers High Ropers are 4 and 2 on the season. That's the school's best start in 30 years. That isn't the only thing happening on campus.

Will Rogers also has a new track and a new multi million dollar school gym. Students love the changes.

Sean Brannon, Will Rogers athletic director: "They see changes that are being made around here and they want to stick around and see what's going on because they want to be part of it."

Will Rogers has also started a Freshman Academy in a separate building. That building underwent major renovations over the summer.
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