Welcome to Skiatook High School

Welcome to the website for Competitive Drama, Drama, Debate & Humanities classes at Skiatook High School.

Competitive Drama

Skiatook High School has developed a drama and debate program which is highly recognized in the state of Oklahoma.  The Competitive Drama team is focused on performing an annual one act play and presenting solo/duet plays for local interscholastic drama contests.

The Competitive Drama has been ranked as high as 3rd in the state in the last few years.  Members of the team have won multiple state placings and championships.  Additionally, actors from the squad have been selected for regional all star acting awards and 10 former members have received the State Superintendent's Award for Excellence in the Arts.  The team usually travels to five outside of school performances a year.  Collectively, the team has won over 30 team awards and more than 500 individual awards.


Skiatook has one of the most successful debate programs in the state of Oklahoma.  Students in the speech & debate class learn critical thinking, research ability, and public speaking skills which they sharpen with in-class arguments and participation in interscholastic contests at other local high schools.  Students from the team have been in the out rounds of the state tournament every year for the past ten years running.

State Quarterfinals 2021
No State Held due to covid 2020
4th Place in State 2019
State Quarterfinals 2017
State Quarterfinals 2016
State Champion 2015
State Runner Up 2014
State Quarterfinals 2013
3rd Place in State 2012
4th Place in State 2011
State Runner Up 2010
3rd Place in State 2009
State Champion 2008
State Runner Up 2007
State Quarterfinals 2006
State Quarterfinals 2005


Students at Skiatook High School have presented 58 play productions over the past 14 years.  The regular drama class is focused on presentations for our school and community.  Drama teaches collaboration, adaption, and creativity thinking.  The class counts as a fine arts credit toward graduation and requires time outside of the school day during part of the school year.