Pike-Lincoln Technical Center (PLTC) serves a variety
of students—high school juniors and seniors from the schools
in Pike and Lincoln Counties and adult students for our daytime
programs, or virtually anyone for our broad array of evening classes.
The admissions process is different for each type of student.
High school students for
Representatives from Pike-Lincoln Technical Center
visit each of the seven high schools who send students to Pike-Lincoln,
They meet with all sophomores in January to share information
about our school, programs available, etc. Students interested
in attending as juniors are given an application form and instructions
on how to apply. The applications are turned in to their school’s
counselor during February. Each school is then responsible for
selecting the students who will attend PLTC and providing their
names and program name to Pike-Lincoln Tech Center in early March.
High school juniors who did not attend Pike-Lincoln
during their junior year may also apply. To do so, they should
visit their high school counselor by early February of their junior
Adult students for daytime
Pike-Lincoln Technical Center views those with
a high school diploma, GED or having completed homeschooling as
Adult students. All adult students wishing to enroll in our daytime
programs are required to attend one of our FREE Admissions workshops.
They are held on the second Thursday of each month at Pike-Lincoln
Tech Center from 1:00 p.m. to approximately 3:00 p.m. No appointment
to attend is necessary. (Enter the front double-glass doors by
the flagpole.). NOTE: All attendees MUST arrive no later than
1 p.m. or will not be admitted to that month's workshop.
The workshop includes:
- aptitude testing
- financial aid information
- program enrollment information
For more information on Admissions, email: email@example.com
Here are the dates of Admissions workshops
for the remainder of 2012-2013 School Year:
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Evening class students
The students must have an interest in learning
the subject being taught. These are open to anyone regardless
of age (unless noted otherwise on the schedule) and area of
residence. To enroll in these classes, just click
here to enroll online or call 573-485-2900 ext. 425.