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  • Volleyball TryoutsVolleyball Tryouts
    Volleyball tryouts will be held May 3-5 from 4:00 until 5:30 pm. If you have questions, please see Ms. Rose or Coach Schroeder.
  • Spring ConcertsSpring Concerts
    The MJH band and chorus will perform here in the MJH auditorium on Wednesday, May 4th, once at 9:30 am and again at 10:30 am. Parents, guardians, and friends are welcome. The MJH band will also perform at the Memorial High School spring concert on Thursday evening, May 5th, at 7:00 pm. Memorial High School is located at 5840 S Hudson Ave.
  • Spring FootballSpring Football
    There will be a parent meeting for spring football on Thursday, May 5th at 6 pm. Spring football dates are May 10, 11, 12, and 16 from 4:!5-6:15 on the football field at Memorial Junior High. You must have a physical and your online paperwork complete to participate. See Ms. Rose for more information.
  • Library BooksLibrary Books
    All books are due back to the library on Friday, May 6th. If you have lost a book, please be responsible and pay for it, or donate a book to clear your fines. Thank you!
  • Memorial High School Soccer TryoutsMemorial High School Soccer Tryouts
    Soccer tryouts for both boys and girls will take place at LaFortune Stadium on Wednesday, May 11th, and Thursday, May 12th, from 4:30-6:00 pm. You must attend both days to try out. Boys, please wear soccer cleats. Girls, please bring soccer cleats and a white t-shirt. Contact the girls Coach Dover or boys Coach Chavez for more information. 
  • Awards AssembliesAwards Assemblies
    The 8th grade awards assembly is scheduled for Wednesday, May 11th at 2:00 pm. The 7th grade assembly will be at 10:00 am on Friday, May13th. Both assemblies will take place in the auditorium.  
  • Locker CleanoutLocker Cleanout
    Grade level locker cleanouts will take place on May 12th and 13th. All textbooks and library books must be returned by the end of the day on Friday, May 13th. If your child has lost a library book or textbook, please take care of those fines before the end of the school year. Thank you!
  • 8th Grade Uniform Donation Day8th Grade Uniform Donation Day
    Eighth graders may bring in at least 2 or more school uniform items to help stock the uniform closet for next year and earn a free dress day for the last day of school -- school appropriate clothing only!  Garments must be in excellent condition, no cargos or polos with logos besides MJH.  Thank you!
  • Yearbooks On Sale Now!Yearbooks On Sale Now!
    The 2015-2016 yearbook will be on sale until it is sold out. Soft cover copies are still available for $10. Cash Only! See Mrs. Plaster in the main office for more information.  
  • TCCL Summer ReadingTCCL Summer Reading
    Don't forget to keep reading this summer!  The Tween & Teen Summer Reading Program runs through August 1st. All you have to do is read or listen to SIX books and you'll earn prizes and coupons for all kinds of great food and entertainment. There are a ton of fun, free events happening at libraries all over Tulsa. Go to to sign up.
  • 2 FREE downloads all summer long2 FREE downloads all summer long
    SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for young adults. Starting again May 5th, SYNC will give away two complete audiobook downloads a week. Sign up for email or text syncya to 25827 to be first to know when new titles are available to download at
  • Kravis Summer ArtsKravis Summer Arts
    Early Bird applications are now available for the Kravis Summer Arts camp designed for all Middle School students: Build It, Make It, Act It, Play It! In this two-week-long session, art students will explore canvas and fiber arts, while drama students will learn the fundamentals of comedy and acting. Click on the following link to find out more: Kravis Arts
  • Summer Academies in Math, Science, and TechnologySummer Academies in Math, Science, and Technology
    Start planning now.  Explore an Oklahoma college or university this summer for a unique, hands-on learning experience!  And it's FREE for students in grades 8-12. Go to to find out more.
  • Phone or Address ChangesPhone or Address Changes
    If you have a new cell phone or home phone number, please contact the office to share the updated information. For an address change, the office must have a copy of a lease agreement or a current bill before the change can be made at the enrollment center. Thank you!
  • Golden Apple AwardGolden Apple Award

    Do you know an outstanding Tulsa Public Schools teacher who deserves recognition for their efforts in the classroom? FOX23 wants to know. FOX23 News is teaming up with Tulsa Public Schools and Cox Communications to honor outstanding teachers with a Golden Apple Award and a $250 grant! To nominate a teacher, fill out this form.

  • SchoolWay AppSchoolWay App
    SchoolWay is a free mobile app that helps you stay connected and receive school information using your Apple or Android device. TPS is utilizing this app in an effort to improve communications with parents and students. For more information, go to


  • Learn more about Oklahoma's PromiseLearn more about Oklahoma's Promise
    Make the grades. Stay out of trouble. Earn college tuition. It's Oklahoma's Promise!
  • PTA Memberships are only $5.00PTA Memberships are only $5.00
    Be a role model to your child. Be connected to your child's school. Be active in making positive changes. Be involved by volunteering. And most of all, be a voice for your child! For more information, contact our Parent Facilitator, Penny Plaster, at 918-833-9523 or send her an email
Contact Us
Address: 7502 E. 57th Street Tulsa, OK 74145
School Phone: 918-833-9520 
The office is open to take calls from 7:30 am - 4:10 pm.
School Fax: 918-833-9551
Report Absences: 918-833-9533

School Hours
: 8:45 am - 3:50 pm
Breakfast begins at 8:00 am

Our Mission
The Memorial Junior High community supports relationships that develop personal responsibility, respect, and trust, creating a safe learning environment. We engage students in developing leadership skills that promote college and career readiness and lifelong learning, using innovative technology and research-proven strategies.
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