Chieftains dominate in homecoming football game, look to carry momentum into the rest of the season!
Sapulpa’s “Chieftain Stronger” school bond has been challenged and recounted, and the results are in
The recount is in; the official results for the Creek County Election Board Bond Election have been confirmed!
Sapulpa’s opening home game is this Friday against Tahlequah. Find out how to get tickets and what’s happening in our other fall sports!
The visual combination of white stone, red brick, steel, and Chieftain blue is a great example of what the building represents: a mix of fine and performing arts, unbridled creativity, and unlimited opportunity.
The American Heritage Bank Highway 97 Rivalry Game was meant to be a revenge against the Sandites. For most of the game, we were on our way there.
“This campus expansion is an exciting milestone for Central Tech as we continue to grow and meet the needs of the workforce. We are dedicated to providing quality technical education and creating opportunities for our students to excel.”
In this four-part series, we explore the details of the upcoming Chieftain Stronger school bond proposal, which goes up for a vote on September 12th.
Read the fantastic story of a woman who overcame a troubled past and discovered a new calling in Central Tech’s Women in Welding program.
Southern Justice Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club Oklahoma Badlands awarded five Central Tech students with partial scholarships in the nursing and EMT field this week.
“I’m very excited by this. I feel very blessed to be a part of the Sapulpa community and very grateful for this opportunity.”
This week the Sapulpa School Board approved an election date of September 12th for a $279 million school bond, to build a new high school and performing arts center, among several other projects.