Pryor Public Schools

Manufacturing Education

Advanced Manufacturing

The Manufacturing Education program at Pryor Public Schools is designed to engage learners in developing industrial skills that will allow them to seek challenging and rewarding careers in the manufacturing industry. Some of the areas of in instruction include:

  • Additive Manufacturing

  • CAD with Autodesk Fusion 360

  • CAM Programming

  • CNC Fabrication

  • Precision Measuring and Inspection


Modern manufacturing practices heavily utilize robotics and automation. The Pryor Robotics course is designed to teach students about robotics through a structured skills approach that identifies and explains common robotic elements. Students learn to design, program, and build a variety of custom robots.

In addition, Pryor High School has a robust after school robotics club that competes in area robotic challenges.


Many manufacturers recognize that in addition to technical skills, there is a growing need for soft skills. Skills such as teamwork, leadership, communication, collaboration, and problem solving are playing an ever important role in many careers.

E-Sports emphasizes these skills in a fun, competitive way by merging students love of video games and structured team building. With this interest driven approach, E-Sports is a great way to help students develop these skills.

Classroom Mission Statement

“Our mission is to acquire knowledge, apply that knowledge to develop something tangible, and derive satisfaction from the creation of something meaningful.” - Mr. Scott

Resources and Information

School forms

  • Robotics Team Sign-up (coming soon)

  • E-Sports Team Sign-up (coming soon)