Creative minds

Insights from the student photographers at Booker T. Washington High School.




Alina Aldjambaeva

 

Grade:12
Age:17

Why do you enjoy attending Booker T. Washington?
This school offers me creative classes that allow me to improve my art skill.

What has attending BTW taught you?
Booker T. has taught me to be more organized and responsible in life.

What has been your favorite moment at BTW so far?
The year we worked on the junior hall decorations (for homecoming). Even though we didn’t win, the amount of work we put into it brought everyone together.

What makes BTW unique from other schools?
It offers classes that allow one to express themselves through their artwork.

How do you think attending BTW will impact your life?
Attending BTW will impact my life by making me more independent as well as optimistic.

Adrin Conley

 

Grade:12
Age
:17

Why do you enjoy attending Booker T. Washington?
The environment is great to learn in, and the creativeness in the school is sky high.

What has attending BTW taught you?
To be a more responsible person, and how to express myself in new ways.

What has been your favorite moment at BTW so far?
One of the football games my sophomore year.

What makes BTW unique from other schools?
It has character, pride; BTW never gives up and never backs down.

How do you think attending BTW will impact your life?
BTW has already made me a more optimistic person. I believe that my optimism will continue as I remember the memories created in Booker T., as well as the memories made outside Booker T. during this time. The knowledge I’ve acquired will benefit me in a great way, by allowing me to succeed.

Tim Brawner

 

Grade: 12
Age
: 17

Why do you enjoy attending Booker T. Washington?
The students here have a certain pride for their school that’s hard to find at other schools.

What has attending BTW taught you?
Booker T has taught me so much, but not just math or science or English, but people skills, time management and respect.

What has been your favorite moment at BTW so far?
I’ve had so many great moments at this school, it’s hard to choose just one — from the pep rallies to building sets in tech theater, it’s just been a blast.

What makes BTW unique from other schools?
The huge amount of spirit and energy that the students have. At every pep rally and every football game, the students are yelling and screaming and just having fun.

How do you think attending BTW will impact your life?
Attending Booker T. will make my life easier because BTW’s higher expectations and the extra push that the teachers give has prepared me to do well in college and in life altogether.

Kristin Cleveland

 

Grade: 12
Age
: 17

Why do you enjoy attending Booker T. Washington?
I enjoy Booker T. Washington because of the opportunities that are offered to the students to further excel in the future.

What has attending BTW taught you?
To look at situations from more than one point of view.

What has been your favorite moment at BTW so far?
Our overtime football victory over Jenks my freshman year.

What makes BTW unique from other schools?
The diversity and unity of the students and the rigorous courses available.

How do you think attending BTW will impact your life?
By preparing me for obstacles I may encounter further down the road.

Joshua McDaniel

 

Grade:  12
Age
: 18

Why do you enjoy attending Booker T. Washington?
I like the diversity and the comfortable atmosphere that BTW provides for you to work in.

What has attending BTW taught you?
To work hard and to be successful in life. It taught me that there are endless possibilities to what I can be.

What has been your favorite moment at BTW so far?
Hanging out with my friends in photo and tech theater.

What makes BTW unique from other schools?
There is so much energy and school spirit flowing through the hallways. There is no other school that could teach you the life skills you learn at BTW.

How do you think attending BTW will impact your life?
I believe that I will leave here a stronger individual. I feel that there is nothing that I cannot overcome.

Jay Vaughn

 

Grade:  12
Age
: 17

Why do you enjoy attending Booker T. Washington?
I enjoy knowing that I’m getting the highest-quality education that I possibly get.

What has attending BTW taught you?
My time at BTW has taught me the value of hard work and how to release my creativity.

What has been your favorite moment at BTW so far?
Participation in last year’s advanced photo show.

What makes BTW unique from other schools?
Booker T. is just better than other schools; we have the best teachers and resources in TPS.  We also have the most school spirit of any school EVER!

How do you think attending BTW will impact your life?
I believe that attending Booker T. will give me a solid foundation for whatever I choose to pursue in the future, be it art or engineering.

Cyearah Hoursey

 

Grade: 12
Age
: 17

Why do you enjoy attending Booker T. Washington?
Because of the variety of students and great teachers.

What has attending BTW taught you?
That it’s okay if you’re different; we all have unique qualities that defines us as a person.

What has been your favorite moment at BTW so far?
Last year’s first pep rally, when every one showed so much school pride

What makes BTW unique from other schools?
The unique students we have and the great opportunities we are given to show our full potential.

How do you think attending BTW will impact your life?
By attending BTW, I have realized that no matter what other people influence my life, I decide what I can do with it.

Kelly Jo Thompson

 

Grade: 12
Age
: 18

Why do you enjoy attending Booker T. Washington?
The freedom that Booker T. lends to us.

What has attending BTW taught you?
That I would like pursue a career in education.

What has been your favorite moment at BTW so far?
My first pep rally.

What makes BTW unique from other schools?
It’s really diverse and its very refreshing.

How do you think attending BTW will impact your life?
It will make opportunities appear.

Kayleigh Jordan

 

Grade: 12
Age
: 17

Why do you enjoy attending Booker T. Washington?
BTW is a school full of history and customs. Being a student at BTW makes you a part of that and gives you a great sense of school spirit.

What has attending BTW taught you?
Attending BTW has given me the chance to meet many people from different backgrounds and cultures, and has taught me that you can learn something new from anyone, every day.

What has been your favorite moment at BTW so far?
The first pep rally.

What makes BTW unique from other schools?
Diversity. It is rare to have people from so many different countries, religions and social classes in one building.

How do you think attending BTW will impact your life?
I think attending BTW will open new doors for me from the life skills I have learned here.

Ivy Perisho

 

Grade: 11
Age
: 16

Why do you enjoy attending Booker T. Washington?
BTW has an amazing art department.

What has attending BTW taught you?
If you want to do well, you really have to work for it. Success will never just fall into your lap.

What has been your favorite moment at BTW so far?
Low-Jinks my freshman year.

What makes BTW unique from other schools?
All of the people. We are an extremely diverse student body, and we pride ourselves on that.

How do you think attending BTW will impact your life?
It will open a lot of doors for me.

Heather Heck

 

Grade: 12
Age
: 17

Why do you enjoy attending Booker T. Washington?
I just love the environment here; all four years have been fulfilling to my education and my creativity.

What has attending BTW taught you?
I’ve learned to think deeply about my options in life and about my life in general. Reality comes upon you in this age and going here has given me the tools to deal with it.

What has been your favorite moment at BTW so far?
Our Low-Jinks show we have every four years … when the teachers perform their own skits, mostly to mock the students. It is hilarious!

What makes BTW unique from other schools?
Our uniqueness derives from our diversity. We are an accepting group of people, no matter race, religion or sexuality.

How do you think attending BTW will impact your life?
My future is decided by the actions I make now, and there is no doubt in my mind that Booker T. has affected that for the best. I plan on having a successful career; this wouldn’t be possible without the programs and guidance this school and staff have given me.

Jessica Cloud

 

Grade: 12
Age
: 17

Why do you enjoy attending Booker T. Washington?

It has been a great experience that has helped me grow in life.

What has attending BTW taught you?
To never give up on my dreams

What has been your favorite moment at BTW so far?
The first day. Walking through those big glass doors and seeing all the new people was phenomenal.

What makes BTW unique from other schools?
The diversity embedded in our roots causes extreme uniqueness that is special to our school alone.

How do you think attending BTW will impact your life?
I am a stronger person because of this school and my future looks bright.

Tiffany Weisberg

 

Grade: 12
Age
: 17

Why do you enjoy attending Booker T. Washington?
I enjoy being able to do photography and other interesting studies that aren’t available at other schools.

What has attending BTW taught you?
To be more diverse in my studies, as well as life. It has also taught me who I am.

What has been your favorite moment at BTW so far?
Last year’s Photo 2 (class) show. I was extremely proud of the work we put out.

What makes BTW unique from other schools?
We have more diverse class choices as well as a more student-centered atmosphere.

How do you think attending BTW will impact your life?
It will allow me to be more spontaneous as well as more independent later on. It will also help become more of my own person.

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Help DVIS and the Tulsa Drillers knock out violence! We are in our 16th year of raising funds for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Join us by pledging per home run or making a...

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