Francis Tuttle Technology Center is one consolidated district, comprised of the seven partner school districts (Cashion, Crescent, Deer Creek, Edmond, Millwood, Putnam City and Western Heights - approximately 415 square miles) with several locations:
The Rockwell Campus is located at 12777 N. Rockwell Avenue, just south of the John Kilpatrick Turnpike in northwest Oklahoma City. Prior to 1979, Francis Tuttle's "first campus" was a wheat field on the outskirts of Oklahoma City. The campus is approximately 80 acres, and consists of 7 buildings. Maps and directions
The Portland Campus is located at 3500 N.W. 150th Street, at the corner of N.W. 150th and Portland Avenue/Lake Hefner Parkway. The campus is approximately 15 acres, with one building, The Bruce Gray Center, and also contains the state's largest satellite dish, at approximately 11 meters in diameter. This building was purchased in 1995, and formerly housed The Wall Street Journal regional production facility. Maps and directions
The Reno Campus is located at 7301 W. Reno Avenue, between Rockwell Avenue and Council Road, 1 block north of Interstate 40 in west Oklahoma City. This campus opened for classes in 2005, following an award-winning pace of construction. The campus is approximately 26 acres, with 2 buildings. Maps and directions
The Francis Tuttle Online Campus is just that - an online campus, which allows users to pursue educational and training needs 24 hours per day, at any location around the world which offers Internet access. Directions (Located on the Rockwell Campus)
The Melrose Site is located at 6616 W. Melrose Lane in west Oklahoma City, just around the corner from the Reno campus. This location accommodates the Young Probationers Construction Trades Program, funded by Federal grant monies.
In addition to these campus locations, Francis Tuttle also offers classes at The City of Edmond's Downtown
Community Center. Francis Tuttle's Business and Industry Services
division conducts training at many locations, based on what and where a
business requires, whether on campus, on-site or at an alternative site.