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The point of this is to say that even as September turns to October, football is far from being the only way to judge the success of high schools. In fact it's far from the best way. What the students do in the classroom has that distinction.
Memorial's Bulldogs aren't winning on the gridiron but some Memorial students are doggedly determined nevertheless. We congratulate them and the other Oklahoma high school students — public, private and homeschooled — who are excelling in academics.
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