Autry Technology Center
1201 West Willow
Projects and Unique Attributes
Autry Technology Center provides career-training programs for high school students and adults, as well as specialized business training for more than 450 area businesses. Autry's goal is to help all students succeed in the workplace. One hundred percent of students are members of Autry's student organizations and contribute thousands of volunteer hours to charitable organizations.
Autry's staff serves on area boards and committees and participates in over 100 different community organizations to help promote Autry's services and improve the community. Autry also plays a significant role in area economic development through collaborative efforts with the Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Alliance, local government and area businesses to further increase job opportunities for students.
Many young adult students attend Autry tuition-free for up to three years following high school graduation thanks to the Autry Scholarship.
Secondary students living in the technology center district who attend a public, private, parochial, charter, or home school are eligible to attend tuition-free.
District Population and Partner Schools
District population is 62,817 based on 2010 census data. School districts served include Covington-Douglas, Enid, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale and Waukomis. Only portions of these school districts are members of the technology center district: Billings, Chisholm, Cimarron, Drummond, Garber, Hennessey, Kremlin-Hillsdale, Mulhall-Orlando, Pond-Creek Hunter and Timberlake