Student Success Stories

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In March 2019 voters who reside within our school district limits voted to help us continue to provide and expand the same great services you have come to expect from Metro Tech through a bond issue! With your help we are building a more robust public safety program, expanding our aviation program and adding programs in health careers. Your increased tax dollars will allow us to make those improvements with new buildings, construction and renovations all while maintaining our commitment to being a great community partner to you and so many others. Here is what is currently happening as a result of the bond election.

After Seth Eilerts graduated from Northwest Classen High School in 2003, he wasn’t sure what to do. He enjoyed vintage motorcycles, and after his mom showed him literature on the...
Champaine Collins is a Douglas High School graduate who came to Metro Tech as an adult student in 2011 with dreams of one day operating a child care business. She completed two...
In 2014, 10 seniors were enrolled in the Biomedical Sciences Program at Health Careers Center (HCC). By graduation, 10 received college acceptance letters and today, nine attend...
Elsa Vidales moved from Mexico to Oklahoma at the age of 15. Speaking no English made her first day of high school so intimidating and confusing, she begged until her aunt picked...
As a little girl, Natasha Wiley was fascinated with activities designed for boys. Now a woman, she continues on that non-traditional gender path in her Construction Technology...

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