Southern Oklahoma Technology Center

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Southern Oklahoma Technology Center
2610 Sam Noble Parkway

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Founded1966
Authority CareerTech System
SuperintendentDr. David Powell
Enrollment11,048

Southern Tech is a public educational institution in Ardmore, Oklahoma. It opened in August 1966 as one of the first rural Career and Technology Centers in the state.[ where? ]

Coordinates: 34°11′08″N97°04′59″W / 34.18556°N 97.08306°W / 34.18556; -97.08306

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