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Star Spencer High School

Star Spencer High School is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In 1901 a group of people from Spencer County, Indiana relocated in Oklahoma. They built an elevator and mill, a grocery store and later a hardware store. They named their new town Spencer for their old home and eventually called their school Spencer as well. Star School (in a nearby area) was named by Henry Dodd in honor of a school in Kansas where he had lived previously. Two schools merged to become Star Spencer in 1958. The official mascot for the school is the Bobcats. Star Spencer is part of the Oklahoma City Public Schools.

Alumni include Dr. Lahoma Hicks Schultz, noted psychologist, author and lecturer. Star Spencer High School is also the alma mater of Myron D. Jacobs and Daniel R. Peoples, 2011 graduates of the University of Oklahoma. Taylor E. Morrow, also a graduate of the University of Oklahoma in 2014 is also a notable alumni of Star Spencer High School in 2010.

All graduates of Star Spencer High School, with a cumulative gpa of 2.5 or higher, have the opportunity to receive free tuition and mandatory fees if they attend Rose State College through the Ticket to Rose program.

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Spencer, Oklahoma

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