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Main Number
405.717.7799
7:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Enrollment
405.717.4900

Attendance Numbers
Portland - 405.717.4304
Reno - 405.717.4646
Rockwell - 405.717.4206

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Upcoming Academy Parent Night

We hope you will join us for Academy Parent night. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the academy, what you and your student can expect, meet the instructors, and ask questions. Please refer to the schedule below to determine the date, time, and location you should attend.

We look forward to a great year!

  • Biosciences & Medicine Academy Parent Night- Thursday, August 22nd 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., Rockwell Campus, Campus Center, Tuttle Theater and BSMA Classrooms
  • Computer Science Academy Parent Night- Thursday, August 22nd 6:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m., Rockwell Campus, Information Technology Building, Rooms B1225 – B1255
  • Engineering Academy Parent Night- Thursday, August 29th 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., Portland Campus, Seminar Center and EA Classrooms

Francis Tuttle Technology Center High School Academies

For more information about the academies see view the information below or view the full Francis Tuttle Academies Flyer

Biosciences and Medicine

Rigorous math and science (Pre-AP and AP level only) are combined with medically related classes to provide students with the academics they will need to be successful in a Bachelor's program, and an understanding of the broad field of biosciences and medicine.

Computer Science

The Computer Science Academy is a rigorous, project-based curriculum designed to engage students in programming and computer applications. Students will experience game and app development, cyber security, simulation/modeling, and artificial intelligence as they prepare for university level programs in a growing career field.

Engineering

The Engineering Academy is a rigorous academic experience that includes Honors and AP level math and science courses in addition to engineering related elective courses. The goal is to prepare students to be successful in college as an Engineering major.