Tulsa Technology Center

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Tulsa Technology Center
Tulsa Tech
Tulsa Tech logo with campus background.jpg
District Mailing Address Tulsa Tech
P.O. Box 477200
Tulsa, OK 74147
Website Tulsa Tech
Phone (918) 828-5000
Superintendent & CEO
Dr. Steve Tiger

Tulsa Technology Center (Tulsa Tech) is a public independent school district affiliated with the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education.

The district has multiple campuses and offers full-time programs, part-time programs, and training programs for business and industry. It serves adult and secondary students from public school districts in Tulsa County, as well as private, parochial and home-schooled students.

Tulsa Tech is accredited by the Board of the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technical Education, and also accredited where relevant by the specific industry standards associated with their industry.[1]

History[edit]

The oldest and largest technology center in Oklahoma’s Career Tech System, Tulsa Tech was founded in 1965 as part of Tulsa Public Schools. Tulsa Tech purchased its single campus (now the Lemley Campus) from Tulsa Public Schools and became an independent school district in 1973. In 1992, the school’s name was changed from Tulsa Vo-Tech to promote the type of career-focused training provided at the school’s campuses.

Campuses[edit]

Skyline East[edit]

Purchased in 1993 as part of a cooperative venture with Tulsa Community College, the Skyline East I Building houses the Superintendent’s Office, and various administrative services. The Eighth Floor, a partnership with Tulsa Community College, is a technology and learning center for educators. Superintendent and CEO: Dr. Steven Tiger

Broken Arrow Campus[edit]

Established in 1983, with renovations completed in January 2011, the Broken Arrow Campus in Broken Arrow, OK now has 362,698-square-foot (33,695.7 m2) of classrooms, laboratories and shops located on a 53-acre (210,000 m2) site. This campus includes meeting rooms for public use, with a 330-seat auditorium. Director: Brad Wayman

Lemley Campus at Memorial Complex[edit]

Founded in 1965, the Lemley Campus in Tulsa, Oklahoma is the original Tulsa Tech campus and the largest in the district, spanning approximately 40-acre (160,000 m2).It has 7 instructional buildings with 237,604 square feet (22,074.1 m2) of classrooms, laboratories and shops. Director: Randy Dean

Health Science Center at Memorial Complex[edit]

Opened in Spring 2009, the Health Sciences Center in Tulsa is a 175,831-square-foot (16,335.2 m2) facility that contains classrooms, laboratories, and instructional medical resources. The campus also has rooms for public use, ranging up to 285 people. Director: Barbara Hagy

Training Center at Memorial Complex[edit]

Business & Industry Services is located on the Memorial Complex in the Training Center. The department moved into the 50,640-square-foot (4,705 m2) facility in 1992. The Training Center has training rooms that will accommodate up to 50 people. Three rooms are dedicated computer labs, that will accommodate 8 to 12 people. There is also a Mobile Computer Lab, and three mobile classrooms. Director: Judy Elliott

Career Services at Memorial Complex[edit]

The Career Services Center includes 42,873 square feet (3,983.0 m2) of space and houses the Student Services Department, Guidance and Assessment, High School and Adult Admissions, Internships & Placement Services and the Recruitment Office. The Center has an auditorium which will accommodate up to 600 people or may be sectioned off for smaller groups.

Owasso Campus[edit]

This campus, in Owasso, Oklahoma is scheduled to be completed in the Fall of 2013 The 255,909 square feet (23,774.7 m2) facility will utilize wind, solar, geothermal and graywater methods to power the building, The 55-acre (220,000 m2) campus will house 500-600 students, including students from Tulsa Community College, as well as host public meeting spaces with the ability to accommodate up to 1000 people. Director: Kent Inouye [2]

Peoria Campus[edit]

Peoria Campus.
Peoria.

Established in 1976, with new buildings completed in early 1993, the Peoria, Oklahoma Campus has 171,470 square feet (15,930 m2) of classrooms, laboratories and shops on a 17-acre (69,000 m2) site. It includes six meeting rooms for public use with a 320-seat auditorium. Director: John Robinson

Riverside Campus[edit]

Riverside Campus.
Riverside.

Established 1999, the Riverside Campus is located on a 38-acre (150,000 m2) site near the R.L. Jones Airport. It has 283,000 square feet (26,300 m2) of classrooms, laboratories, and shops. It also houses higher education partners including: OSU Center for Health Sciences, and Tulsa Community College Flight Center. The Riverside Campus includes three meeting rooms for public use with a 280-seat auditorium. Director: Dr. Joyce McClellan

Sand Springs Campus[edit]

Established in 2003, this campus is in partnership with Charles Page High School, and offers the following classes: Advertising Design, Automotive Service Technology, Carpentry Technology, Construction and Design Academy, Cosmetology, Graphics and Imaging Technologies, Health Science Technology and Pre-Engineering. A new campus is scheduled to open in the Fall of 2013. Director: Kent Inouye

Pre-Engineering Academy[edit]

Assistant Director: Mark Bird

  • Bixby High School, Bixby, OK
  • Booker T. Washington High School, Tulsa, OK
  • Broken Arrow North Intermediate High School, Broken Arrow, OK
  • Broken Arrow South Intermediate High School, Broken Arrow, OK
  • Catoosa High School,Catoosa,Ok
  • Edison Preparatory School, Tulsa, OK
  • Jenks High School, Jenks, OK
  • Owasso High School, Owasso, OK
  • Union Intermediate High School, Broken Arrow, OK
  • Union High School, Broken Arrow, OK
  • Collinsville High School at Owasso HS; Owasso, OK

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Accreditation — CareerTech (CT)". okcareertech.org. Retrieved 2012-10-10. 
  2. ^ http://tulsatech.edu

Coordinates: 36°06′24″N 95°54′30″W / 36.10667°N 95.90833°W / 36.10667; -95.90833