HS Graduation

Last Day of School

TSAS is an independent public charter school in which every student is welcomed as they are, known and valued for who they are, challenged to become a better version of themselves, encouraged in their efforts to become that person, and celebrated for their successes.

Our Students 

Previous-Schools-2015-09-10-08-21-28.pngTSAS students come from every zip code in Tulsa and 30 different schools: private, public charter, traditional public, virtual, and homeschool.

Open Enrollment

noStudents must live within the boundaries of the Tulsa Public School district
New students selected by a random lottery.

Our Culture

  • 18:1 average class size
  • Rigorous, college preparatory curriculum
  • Respectful, relational atmosphere

Student Body

50% Qualify for Free and Reduced Lunch
6% Native American - 1% Asian
14% Black/African American - 18% Hispanic
13% Multiracial - 48% White


lowest college remediation rate of any public school in Tulsa County in 2020.

TSAS Core Beliefs


We believe learning is a process in which all can participate and succeed.


We believe the road to success after high school has many potential lanes, and we build multiple, equitable paths to that end.


We believe our community should foster the intellectual, emotional, and physical well-being of each student.

Learning Environment

We believe in creating a supportive and responsive learning environment with high standards and expectations for all students which compels them to be active participants in their own education.


We believe equity should be a constant goal and discipline for the strength it brings to the education and well-being of all members of our community.


We believe our core strength is passionate, highly-qualified, professional faculty, who provide dynamic, rewarding and individualized learning experiences for students.


We believe in promoting accountable and effective school leadership via inclusive and collaborative governance and administrative practices.


We believe all TSAS community members have a responsibility to secure abundant, appropriate resources to support and sustain it.

Meet the Principals

HS Principal Dr. Liesa Smith Virtual Book Launch

MS Principal Dan Hahn – Tulsa Race Massacre