“The Engineering Academy prepares students for rigorous college or university coursework on their way to earning a degree, with a goal of filling the gap of skilled engineers.”
The U.S. is in dire need of engineers, and Francis Tuttle’s Engineering Academy is preparing students for college and university programs to help fill the gap. The majority of graduating seniors will pursue engineering-related majors, comprising mechanical, electrical, aerospace, computer, civil, engineering physics, biochemical, software, industrial, environmental, and a host of combinations.
“The Engineering Academy prepares students for rigorous college or university coursework toward earning a degree, with a goal of filling the gap of skilled engineers,” said campus director Stacie Maple.
Among graduating seniors are four valedictorians, three salutatorians, one National Merit Commended Scholar, three National Merit finalists, and one U.S. Presidential Scholars nominee.
Colleges and universities students plan to attend encompass many Oklahoma schools, including The University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, The University of Central Oklahoma, Oklahoma Christian University, Northern Oklahoma College, Rose State College and The University of Tulsa, in addition to The U.S. Air Force Academy at West Point and The U.S. Naval Academy, Princeton University, The University of Michigan, Utah State University, The Colorado School of Mines, Illinois College, Texas A&M University and The Citadel.
With another school year nearing completion and students strive to fill the gap of engineers, we look forward to seeing them succeed in their pursuits.