Oologah-Talala Public School district is located in Oologah and just west of Oologah Lake with its 219 miles of shoreline in Rogers County, Oklahoma. Renowned humorist Will Rogers was born on a ranch two miles east of Oologah and a statue of him is located in downtown Oologah. Our rich history incudes, 15 academic All-Stater’s, 17 National Merit Semi-Finalists, 96 State FFA Degree recipients, 27 American FFA Degree Recipients, 128 OCA All-Stater’s, 89 Individual State Champions, 30 Team State Championships, 10 National Champions, and 1 U.S. Presidential Scholar.
The district has 1,741 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. The Oologah Lower Elementary is an "Oklahoma A+" school, recognized as being one of seven schools statewide chosen for this honor. Oologah-Talala Public School is known as the Mustangs and is home to Mustang Magic. The Oologah-Talala High School Fine Arts and athletic programs have gained the school recognition. In the 1990s, Oologah had the most successful class 3A football program in the state; an era that featured the Mustangs as class 3A State Champions in 1997 & 1998 and two Class 3A state runner-up finishes. This year the Oologah Jazz Band was State Champions.