PRYOR HIGH SCHOOL
The Pryor High School Innovation Center is located at the Rogers State University satellite campus in Pryor, located within the MidAmerica Industrial Park. Pryor students can enroll in career focused courses at the Innovation Center as well taking concurrent courses at Rogers State University.
2155 OK HWY 69A
Pryor, OK 74361
Please review each of our programs by going to the links at the top of the site.
Project Proposal Request
The Innovation Center has had many requests for projects from local buisineses, non-profit communiity organizations, and in-house school requests. In order to maintain an organized process for these requests we have creatd a Project Proposal Request Form. Please complete the entire form and return the form via email to David Day at, firstname.lastname@example.org. A non-fillable .pdf form is avialble to the right. and a Google Sheet form (fillable) can be completed HERE. Please attach any drawings or schematics of the propsed project if necessary.
Once our staff and students have reviewed the project we will provide a project proposal for your organization. Please be mindful that we will not be in school until August 2023, but please feel free to submit requests at any time.
COOKOUT PICS - ENGINEERING / CAD / ROBOTICS
The Pryor High School CAPS program is a unique high school curriculum that blends industry experience with classroom education to produce a customized learning experience that prepares students for high skill/high demand careers
Learning is student driven. In the fall, students develop professional skills within CAPS based learning strands. In the spring, instructors facilitate the learning process through relevant professional-based projects provided by industry partners. We are always looking for industry based student projects.
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Oklahoma STEM Consortium
JANUARY 13, 2023
STEM teachers from around the state came to visit Pryor at the Oklahoma STEM Consortium held on Friday, January 13. Teachers were welcomed at the MidAmerica District Bunker and then begin a "bus tour" of Pryor Public Schools STEM programs at different sites.
They had the opportunity to see Roosevelt Elementary STEM Classroom and the Middle STEM classroom, before travelling to the high school to see the Aviaiton Sim Lab and the Anatomage table in the Anatomy/Physiolgy class. They then travelled back to the Bunker for lunch provided by the MidAmerica Industrial Park and the Fat Toad.
During lunch Scott Fry, Director of MidAmerica Workforce Development and Kate Franco, Google Global Data Center Public Affairs spoke to the group. After lunch they toured the Pryor Innovation Center, the MidAmerica Center of Excellence and the Pryor HS Tango Flight airplane build.