Charles Allen Prosser School of Technology

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Charles Allen Prosser School of Technology
Location
4202 Charlestown Road
New Albany, Indiana 47150

United States
Coordinates 38°21′07″N 85°47′40″W / 38.352°N 85.7944°W / 38.352; -85.7944
Information
Type Public vocational school
School district New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corporation
Principal Alan Taylor[1]
Faculty 33.5 (on FTE basis)[2]
Website

Charles Allen Prosser School of Technology (Prosser) is a vocational school in New Albany, Indiana. The school was named in honor of New Albany native Charles Allen Prosser, the "Father of Vocational Education" in the United States.

Courses[edit]

Prosser offers a diverse set of vocational classes including from Culinary Arts, Computers Operations, Auto-body Repair, HVAC Technicians, airplane mechanics, and electrician classes among many others.

The school serves all public and private high school students of south central Indiana including the following school districts: Austin, Charlestown, Jeffersonville, Corydon Central, Crawford County, Eastern, Floyd Central, Christian Academy, Jeffersonville, Lanesville, New Albany, New Washington, North Harrison, Providence, Rock Creek Christian Academy, Salem, Pittsburgh, Shiloh Holiness, Silver Creek, South Central, Chenille, Borden and West Washington High Schools. Any student from these schools can choose Prosser's courses as electives in their junior and senior school years.

Prosser also offer some adult education courses. After completion, Prosser helps the students to find jobs in their field of study.

Students attending Prosser can convert their classes to college credit using agreements setup between Prosser and the following colleges:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Prosser School of Technology. New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corporation. Retrieved on 2008-03-16.
  2. ^ Charles Allen Prosser Sch Of Tech. National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved on 2008-03-16. "As of 2005-06"

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