Student Services
Student Information

 

Academic Center

All daytime students have the opportunity to participate in the Academic Center, to enhance their skills both academically and professionally.  Services include evaluation, math instruction, reading instruction, computer literacy, adult basic skills and individual study.  The Academic Center is an extension of all High Plains Technology Center career training programs and is designed to support and supplement students in the areas of academic achievement, employability skills, job search skills and job readiness.

Job Placement Assistance

To receive information about job opportunities while in school, upon completion and at least one year after completion, please contact Amber Riley at (580) 571-6183 or your individual program instructor.

If you wish to receive a referral for employment from High Plains Technology Center you will (1)need to be a student or completer in good standing (academic progress, classroom attitude and attendance record), (2) participate in job readiness activities through AC and your program, and (3) follow up on job leads which you are given.

Additional Resources: 
Career Interest Inventory

USA JOBS

OklahomaJobs.com

Oklahoma Employment Security Commission

Federal Jobs in Oklahoma

ADA

Students who have a disability which may prevent him/her from demonstrating his/her abilities should contact the school counselor immediately in order to discuss accommodations necessary to ensure full participation and facilitate his/her educational opportunities.

Voter Registration

Voter Registration forms will be available for all students in Student Services, or go to http://www.ok.gov/elections/documents/vrform.pdf

Applications are also available at the Woodward County Election Board and on-line at

www.elections.ok.gov

Reciprocity Agreements

High Plains Technology Center has reciprocity agreements with other area technology centers. Students from another area technology center may attend one of the HPTC programs at an in-district tuition rate; students from the HPTC district may attend other schools at this rate.

 

 

 

 

ADA

 

Students who have a disability which may prevent him/her from demonstrating his/her abilities should contact the school counselor immediately in order to discuss accommodations necessary to ensure full participation and facilitate his/her educational opportunities.

 

Reciprocity Agreements

 

High Plains Technology Center has reciprocity agreements with other area technology centers. Students may attend one of the HPTC programs at an in-district tuition rate; students from the HPTC district may attend other schools at this rate.

 

Superintendent's Leadership Class

The Superintendent's Leadership Class is designed to maximize leadership capabilities in students who have demonstrated exemplary leadership skills and have been identified by their instructors as having leadership potential. SLC features a series of activities designed to enhance skills such as team building, public speaking, community services and business etiquette.

Immunizations

Oklahoma law states that no minor child shall be admitted to any public or private school unless the parent or guardian presents to the school certification that the child has received the required immunizations.

High Plains is not the monitoring facility for immunization records for secondary students from our partner schools.  Secondary students which are home-schooled are required to provide immunization records.

All adult advanced medical students must provide immunization records to meet the clinical facilities guidelines.

State Statue 70-3242 requires public/private postsecondary educational institutions to provide information on the risks associated with meningococcal disease and the benefits of the vaccination. Meningitis is an inflammation of the membrane that surrounds the brain. Left untreated, it can cause seizures, coma, lasting disability and even death. Health professionals are recommending that students receive the meningitis vaccine. The Woodward County Health Department, 580.256.6416, can answer any questions regarding the disease or the immunization.

GED - High School Equivalency Tests

HPTC offers online GED testing (high school equivalency test) testing through our Academic Center. Click here for more information regarding the GED testing through Pearson VUE. You must schedule your testing through Pearson VUE at 1-877-551-7587 or www.pearsonvue.com.  Testing dates for 2018are August 27, September 10, October 15, November19, and December 10.   

Also available, HPTC offers the new computer based HiSET test, a national high school equivalency test. To schedule your HiSET test log into www.hiset.ets.org and create an online account.  Candidates can then select a test center and schedule according to the available days and times. 

GED and adult education classes are available in Woodward through Woodward Public Schools.  For more information about the GED program, please contact Lesa Tune at 580-256-6063, ext. 3462.