Who can attend?
You will learn to:
- Work individually and in teams to solve unique engineering challenges using advanced science and mathematics
- Explore, experience, and create innovative projects in the diverse fields of engineering
- Invent, design, and apply solutions to complex engineering projects from concept to completion
|Lawton - Main Campus|
This is an intensive three-year academy that enables you to look at different types of engineering while emphasizing higher academics. You will study pre-engineering through Project-Lead-the-Way curriculum that will introduce you to the concepts and principles of engineering, with a strong emphasis on developing problem solving skills. You will also study advanced math courses that may include Advanced Algebra II, Advanced Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus, and AP Physics as well as advanced science courses such as Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology, Advanced Chemistry, and AP Biology. When you complete the program, you will have been exposed to a diverse curriculum that will better equip you to choose a major at the college/university level. You will also have the strong math and science foundation needed to enter a college/university program in a science related fiel
The following list for this program does not represent immediate opportunities; additional training is required for the options listed.
- A career in science
- A career in technology
- A career in mathematics
- A career in engineering
- A career in research and development
- A career in laboratory, testing, and investigative service
Class Meets: Monday - Friday
AM Session: 8:00 am-11:00am
PM Session: 11:50am-2:50pm
720 hours - 2 years
1080 hours - 3 years
Cost of Attendance Summary
Secondary (High School) Students
- Tuition: Free
- Student Estimated Expenses 2yr: $263.00
- Student Estimated Expenses 3yr: $255.00
Student Support Services
Walk-in or Postal:
Great Plains Technology Center
Attn: Student Support Services
4500 SW Lee Blvd.
Building 100, Room 107
Lawton, OK 73505
I truly enjoy sharing the world of engineering and calculus with students who are excited and committed to the subjects."
Marcia Brown, Instructor
The positive atmosphere at this school makes it a pleasant and rewarding place to be. This is felt by the faculty and students, alike."
Gradena Coffey, Instructor
It is a joy to work at Great Plains due to the pleasant staff who are always willing to help each other. Additionally, the smaller class sizes make it much easier to give each student individual assistance."
Dana Ponder, Instructor