Why Elect Tech
Education is designed to prepare you for your future career. Coming to Tech allows you to train in less time.
- Tuition-free for high school students. *
- One- and two-year training options.
- Real-world learning projects in every program.
- Small classes with hands-on learning.
- Learn from instructors who have industry experience and who are experts in their field.
- Depending on the high school, students can earn 3 or 4 credits per year. Some credits count as electives and others count as academic credits.
Click here to learn more about any of our programs.
What to Expect at Tech
For high school concurrent enrollment, students from the Agra, Carney, Glencoe, Guthrie, Morrison, Mulhall-Orlando, Pawnee, Perkins-Tryon, Perry and Stillwater school districts can attend either a morning or afternoon session during their junior and senior years. Classes held during the morning session are from 7:50 – 10:40 and the afternoon classes are from 12:45 – 3:35. Sophomores can enroll in afternoon programs when space is available. The Meridian STEM Academy programs (Biomedical Sciences and Pre-Engineering) are open to sophomores, juniors and seniors.
Depending on your high school, students may earn 3 or 4 credits per year. Some of these credits count as electives, some count as academic credits. Your high school counselor can tell you more.
What sets Meridian apart from other types of education?
Meridian is a low-cost pathway to college or career. Whatever your next steps are, your journey can begin here!
- 20+ programs to choose from
- Small classes with hands-on learning
- Use the skills you learn to go directly to work or to get a better job while in college
- Real-world learning projects in every program
- Free classes for district high school students
- Earn college credit
- Free transportation for district high school students
- Meet friends from 10 area schools
- Many self-paced programs
- Leadership opportunities
Tech Admissions Timeline
Have you already decided that attending Tech is what you want to do? Here’s how to get started!
- Complete an application and any additional required documents for your chosen program.
- Get your parent or legal guardian’s signature if you’re under 18.
- Turn your application in to your high school counselor.
Meridian will contact your school to get your transcript, attendance records and assessment results to assist in the admissions process.
Priority enrollment is February 1. Applications will be accepted after this date as long as space is available.
As part of the application process, you will interview with a member of Meridian’s Career Counseling team. This is an opportunity for team members to learn more about you, your career goals, your academic background and other things you’re involved in at your high school. Don’t let the term interview scare you – this really is an opportunity for you to shine!
Home school/Virtual/Private School Students:
Home school, private school and virtual school students who live in the Meridian district can attend Tech too! The admissions process is similar to students in Meridian’s district high schools, but we’ll need a little extra information from you:
- Complete an application and any additional required documents for your chosen program (see Supporting Documents below)
- Get your parent or legal guardian’s signature if you’re under 18
- Mail or deliver your application with all supporting documentation (transcript, assessments (PreACT, etc), attendance, IEP/504, affidavit of home schooling, proof of age, immunization record, letters of recommendation) to:
Meridian Technology Center
1312 South Sangre Road
Stillwater, OK 74074
- Enrollment interview will be held on Wednesday, February 26, 2020 from 1-4 PM. Please call the Career Planning Center 405.377.3333 to register your student.
Space is limited in our programs, so get your application in early! Turn everything in by February 3 for priority consideration. Applications will be accepted as long as space is available. For the spring semester, applications will be accepted through the start date.
WHAT IF YOU DON’T ATTEND A PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL?
As long as you live in the Meridian district and meet the requirements, you can attend Tech too!
The admissions process for home school and virtual school students is similar to students in Meridian’s district high schools, but we’ll need a little extra information about you.
Please contact Teresa Klingsick, Career Development Specialist, at 405.377.3333, ext. 395 with any questions.
Parents of Current Students
Looking to access our parent portal? You can find more at this link to Parent Portal Instructions.