Parent Announcements
  • Parents – This school year ARJHS has late-start Wednesdays. Daily start time every Wednesday is at 8:20. Please have your students at school and ready to go at that time.
  • Also, please make sure your students have pencil and paper with them daily at school.
  • Parents- we are in need of 800 composition notebooks and pencils, if you are able to donate any, it would be greatly appreciated.
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Alice Robertson Junior High School
402 N. S St.
Muskogee, Oklahoma 74403
Phone: 918-684-3775
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ARJH 2017-2018 Science Fair Winners
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Posted Date: 01/29/2018
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ARJH Newsletter 10/26/17
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Posted Date: 10/05/2017
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History Day 2017
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Posted Date: 04/14/2017
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Teacher of the Year - Dr. Carol Ford
BFSA proudly announces the Muskogee Public School District Teacher of the Year Mrs. Carol Ford.  Mrs. Ford was surprised by family and friends at the assembly Friday, March 31st. BFSA is proud ... [read full article]
Posted Date: 04/03/2017
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Congratulations Sheila Rolland
AJRH Site Educator of the Year

Alice Robertson Junior High School, located at Dayton and "S" Street in Muskogee, Oklahoma, was opened in September 1940. Alice Robertson Junior High School was named for the late Miss Alice M. Robertson, pioneer educator and civic leader in Oklahoma.  Miss Alice was born in the Tullahassee Mission, Creek Nation, January 2, 1854, a descendant of the missionaries to the Cherokee and Creek Indians in Indian Territory.    Miss Alice began her educational work in Indian Territory in 1880, was instrumental in the founding of Muyaka Mission, a school for Creek Indians. She also helped in the establishment of "Minerva Home", which eventually grew into Henry Kendal College, and after its move to Tulsa, became the University of Tulsa. In 1890, Miss Alice was appointed Supervisor of Indian Schools, and in 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt appointed Miss Alice as postmistress of the Muskogee Post Office, the first woman to receive such an appointment. On November 2, 1920, she was elected to Congress from the Second Oklahoma District and was the first woman to preside over the United States Legislature. Miss Alice was active during two wars and never lost her enthusiasm for education and service, and Alice Robertson stands as a fitting memorial to one who devoted her life efforts to education in the State of Oklahoma.