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High School students see CKTC as a way to help pay for college

High School students see CKTC as a way to help pay for college

Fort Cobb, OK – August 13, 2013 –"I see it as a free college education,” said Kristian Francis, a Binger-Oney High School student enrolled in Cosmetology at CKTC. She went on to explain, “I want to go to college to be an anesthesiologist. I can get certified in Cosmetology while in high school and can then pay my way through college working as a cosmetologist."

Francis is a second-year student and was recently named SkillsUSA District President. She loves the pace at CKTC because it’s hands-on and the instructors make it easy to learn. After she completes her training at CKTC this year, Kristian plans to go to Redlands and then on to Oklahoma State University.

The first day for class at CKTC was August 12, but students can still enroll. Many classes are full with a waiting list, but there are still a few seats available in Early Care, Business, Auto Service, Culinary, Diesel, HVAC, Construction, Collision Repair, Health, Practical Nursing and Digital Imaging.

More information about CKTC is available online at www.caddokiowa.com or by calling 405.643.5511.

First Day Photo

Pam McEachern hands Kristian Francis a Payday (candy bar) as she enrolls at CKTC.

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