By Jett Millican The transformation of the beloved Jenks RiverWalk from simply a cheap movie theatre to a happening attraction could be the best thing to happen for the city of Jenks. Next in the lineup of on the water thrills is Bramble Breakfast and Bar. Walking into […]
By Mikyla Khan, Izabella Skinner, Carson Messick The Torch Hunters travel to Will Rogers HS in Tulsa, OK to find the famed ghost of Dr. Barnett and other hauntings at the school!
By: Andrea Rosa In an age of high intensity and competitive school environments, the label of “gifted and talented” often cultivates poor mental health and low self-esteem in students at Jenks. While each Trojan is unique in their study habits and performance, some claim that collectively, the system […]
By: Natalie Eaton Students from AP-Chemistry have created a brand new science organization for any kind of science lover- the Science National Honor Society! Science Olympiad, Robotics, and Pre-Med are all foundational science clubs that have been offered for years at Jenks High School, but this year, Jenks […]
By: Ben Brown You’ve probably heard about The Jenks Tribune bringing a city newspaper back to Jenks, but did you know that the highschoolers at the Trojan Torch work directly with the Tribune. The Tribune meets with the Torch staff once a week and talks stories, shadowing opportunities, […]
By: Elise Siebert All four seniors on the Lady Trojans Volleyball team have individual qualities that help bring the team together. During every match, these players are leaders to the younger teammates, and they all have different ways to encourage and guide each other to victory. Emma Rhodes […]
By: Isabella Arias When you hear the term LGBTQ+, what normally comes to mind? For most people, it means rainbow flags, pride marches, and being out and proud. However, many people within the queer community don’t have the privilege of feeling that way, especially in a state like […]