Mid-America Technology Center
27438 State Highway 59
P.O. Box H
Wayne, OK 73095
Projects and Unique Attributes
Mid-America Technology Center (MATC) serves more than 15,000 students in all or part of eight counties. MATC has full-time students from 18 independent school districts and two dependent school districts. About 75 percent of full-time enrollment consists of high school students.
The Business and Industry Services division of MATC is very active in all of our communities. Each month, business and industry leaders from around the district meet at MATC to collaborate and share ideas. MATC promotes leadership by selecting business, industry, and education leaders from our district to participate in a year-long leadership program.
One unique aspect of MATC is our Equine Production Career Major. This is the only program of its kind in the state. Studies in equine management range from grooming and feeding to mare and stallion reproduction. Another of Mid-America's innovative areas of instruction is Cyber Security, where students not only have the opportunity to learn about computer and network security but also computer forensics.
Secondary students who reside in the technology center district who are from private and parochial schools, charter schools, and home schools, as well as all in-district students up to the age of 22, are eligible to attend tuition free.
District Population and Partner Schools
District population is 103,420 based on 2010 census data. School districts served include Blanchard, Bridge Creek, Byars, Dibble, Elmore City-Pernell, Lexington, Lindsay, Little Axe, Maysville, Newcastle, Noble, Paoli, Paus Valley, Purcell, Stratford, Wanette, Washington, Wayne, Whitebead and Wynnewood.