Approximately 730 students graduated May, 1956 from Will Rogers High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Information about our school, classmates, annual social events and upcoming reunions is available through-out our homepage.
Of particular note, representative of everyone of our classmates, our class was presented the as the outstanding 1956 senior class of the USA in October, 1957.
If you are a class member or friend of our class, be sure to stop by our Lost Classmates page and Email any information you might have. Help us find our missing classmates and friends.
Our 60th reunion, September 30 and October 1, 2016, was a great success. Echoing many comments during the two days of visiting with close and distant classmates, their spouses and families and friends, this email received shortly after the reunion from Vernon Parsley says it all:
"Only through an event like the reunion could I experience the joy of being with my classmates of ’56. Some, through the magic of the internet, I have maintained a virtual bond; some were past friends who contributed to shaping my life; and there were those who I met for the first time at the reunion. With all we came together and reminisced. We seem to all have the same set of values. The love and respect we feel for each other is magic.
Attending the WHRS class of 1956 60th reunion caused me to realize just how special our class was. And you, the committee members who did all the hard work that made it a very successful reunion are EXTRA special. From deep in my heart and soul I thank you.
I do not have the address of other classmates whose efforts contributed to a successful reunion. Please pass-on my thanks.
A group photo will be posted very soon. The 60th reunion also will soon have a link with all the other reunions in the Reunion Information section.
Please forward photos taken at any of our reunions to Larry Chesebro'
for posting in the Reunion Information section for all visitors to see.
Also contact Larry Chesebro' for access permission to an online classmate only Contact List.