Our programs are FREE to high school juniors and seniors* who live within the Tri County Tech district, which includes: Barnsdall, Bartlesville, Caney Valley, Copan, Dewey, Pawhuska, Nowata, Oklahoma Union, South Coffeyville, Wesleyan Christian School, and Wynona. We also serve homeschooled and virtual students.
Students have the option to complete a one-year certification or a two-year diploma. Upon completion of the program, students are prepared to enter the workforce or continue their education. High School credit is received from elective credit to math, science, or computer credit. To learn more, please visit us here.
* Sophomores can attend Tri County Tech for our Pre-Engineering and Medicine & Biosciences programs. Ask your counselor for more information.
Financial assistance is available through the Tri County Tech Foundation for Full Time & Flex programs, as well as some Fast Track programs. After you are accepted into a program, you will receive a financial assistance application. The form must be filled out and turned in with the most recent two months of pay stubs for every working member of your household.
Our main goal for financial assistance at Tri County Tech is to assist financially disadvantaged students who would be unable to get the education they deserve. Assistance consists of grants, scholarships, and employment. An individual might participate in one or more resources, depending upon eligibility and need.
We do not accept funds from FAFSA or PELL.
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us!
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Get in touch with Tri County Tech’s enrollment team. You can request more information about a program or financial assistance; ask away!
He’s our Outreach & Enrollment Specialist. He’s a master at helping students find their perfect Tri County Tech program. Randall also works with local businesses in Bartlesville to help students apply to Tri County Tech.