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The school originally was to have been built on part of the 10 acre reserve, but due to unsuitable terrain it was built several blocks south of the reserve. The one room building was later replaced by a four room structure.
The first school board meeting was September 18, 1902. The first Senior class graduated in May 1921, and consisted of two graduates.
One of the first superintendents of the school was Will Rogers, who later became State Congressman at large.