Central Technology Center

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Central Technology Center is a public career and technology education center in Drumright, Oklahoma and Sapulpa, Oklahoma. It is part of the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education system.

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Central Tech has the option of Full-time classes or Short-Term classes. Full-time classes provide progress-based instruction and are designed for students seeking career or technical training. High School students can attend part-time and tuition free. Adults can attend mornings, afternoons or both. Central Tech Short-Term, or Adult Career Development (ACD), classes are offered to individuals seeking to enhance career skills, earn industry recognized certifications, continue professional education or explore personal interest. Some classes may be taken in sequence to build a career path. [1]

Student organizations

The National Technical Honor Society has an active chapter on this campus.

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