Stenotype Institute

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The Stenotype Institute is an ACICS accredited private stenography school with two campuses, one in Jacksonville, Florida, and one in Orlando, Florida.
It is one of only 64 schools in North America certified by the NCRA.[1]

Both campuses offer day and evening classes and start new classes every two months. They teach the Phoenix Theory[2] method of machine shorthand.

Stenotype Institute of Jacksonville

Jacksonville Campus[edit]

The school was founded in Jacksonville in 1940 by Thyra Ellis.

It is located three miles (5 km) east of Downtown Jacksonville in a 16,000-square-foot (1,500 m2) building, complete with a student lounge, 15 classrooms, a computer lab, a library, and an auditorium.

Orlando Campus[edit]

Because of the continued success of the Jacksonville campus, Stenotype Institute opened a campus nearby Downtown Orlando in 2002.

The school occupies a 30,000-square-foot (2,800 m2) building, complete with a student lounge, 12 classrooms, a library, an auditorium, two computer labs, and a gym with lockers.

The school closed its doors on September 30, 2013.

Court reporting school facts[edit]

Since its enrollmment in 1940, 100% of the graduates of Stenotype Institute have found employment in the field of court reporting.

There are many career opportunities after graduating from a court reporting school:

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