MacArthur High School (Lawton, Oklahoma)

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MacArthur High School
4400 East Gore Boulevard

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United States
TypeCo-Educational, Public, Secondary
School districtLawton Public Schools
PrincipalLaura Puccino
Number of students1,118 (2016-17)[1]
Student to teacher ratio1:17
Color(s)     Black
Athletics conference5A District 2
SportsBaseball, Basketball, Cheer, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Pom, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track, Volleyball, Wrestling
MascotScottish Highlander Scottish piper.jpg
NewspaperThe Braveheart
YearbookThe Highlander

MacArthur High School (MHS) was the third high school built in Lawton, Oklahoma. MacArthur was built and opened for the east Lawton area in 1969. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the east Lawton area consisted of four additions or neighborhoods which were under development: Carriage Hills, Park Lane, Sullivan Village, and SunGate.

MacArthur High School was the first high school in the Lawton, Oklahoma area to provide desegregation busing for the residential subdivision of Ranch Oaks during the 1970s. The Ranch Oaks housing addition was located lateral of the Lawton municipal airport on the east side of Southwest 11th street.

Extracurricular activities[edit]


The following teams have won their respective state championship:

  • Baseball: 1985 (4A)
  • Fast pitch softball: 2008 (5A), 2009 (5A), 2010 (5A)
  • Golf (boys): 2001 (5A)
  • Track & Field (boys): 1982 (3A), 1983 (3A), 1984 (4A)
  • Track & Field (girls): 1987 (5A)
  • Wrestling: 1990 (4A), 2017 Dual State (5A), 2017 (5A)
  • Football: 2014 (5A)


  • Girls 400 Meter Relay State Meet Record: 1987 (5A)
  • Boys 400 Meter Relay State Meet Record: 1983 (3A)

Clubs and Organizations[edit]

MacArthur High School sponsors the following clubs and organizations for the student body: Anime Club, Book Club, Choir/Vocal Music, Crime Stoppers, Dance Team, FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes), FFA (Future Farmers of America), Key Club, MacArthur High School Band, JROTC (Junior Reserve Officer's Training Corps), Military Child Club, Multi-Cultural Awareness Club, National Honor Society, Partners Club, Robotics Club, Rocket Club, Science Club, Student Council,[2] The Braveheart Newspaper, The Highlander Yearbook Staff.[3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "MACARTHUR HS". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 16, 2019.
  2. ^ Oklahoma Association of Student Councils
  3. ^ MacArthur High School activities & clubs

Coordinates: 34°36′32.5″N 98°20′13.05″W / 34.609028°N 98.3369583°W / 34.609028; -98.3369583