Lively Technical Center
|Lively Technical Center|
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Lively Technical Center is a public technical training school for both adult and high school students, located in Tallahassee, Florida, United States. It occupies two sites, including the main campus at 500 Appleyard Drive, and the campuses at Tallahassee Regional Airport. The main campus on Appleyard is located adjacent to Tallahassee Community College, but the two are separate institutions. Lively Technical Center is operated by the Leon County Schools district.
Lively Technical Center was established by, and named for, Tallahassee businessman Lewis M. Lively in 1937. The principal is Mrs. Vernea Randolph.
- Workforce Education Certificate Programs
- Continuing Education
- Distance Education
- Dual Enrollment
- General Education Development (GED) Prep
- Vocational Preparatory Instruction (VPI)
- Community College Articulation Programs