atoka campus

Whether you are preparing to enter the workforce for the first time, making a career change, honing skills for a position you already hold, or are looking to expand your knowledge and horizons, Kiamichi Technology Center in Atoka has something to offer you. KTC-Atoka provides full-time and short-time educational programs and services to secondary and adult students as well as customized training for business and industry.

KTC-Atoka has the ability to provide diversified and flexible training to meet the demanding needs of a modern workplace. For more information, please contact us at (580) 889-7321.

The KTC-Atoka campus serves the communities in Atoka and Coal County as well as the following schools: Atoka, Caney, Coalgate, Stringtown, Tushka, Wapanucka, Cottonwood, Harmony, and Lane.

Short Term Classes

Kiamichi Tech offers Short-Term and Adult Career Development (ACD) classes for individuals seeking to enhance career skills, earn industry recognized certifications, continue professional education or explore personal interest. Some classes may be taken in sequence to build a career path.

Classes are offered during the weekdays, evenings, and on weekends.

Click here to browse all of our Short-Term and ACD courses.

campus events

student highlights

The KTC Students of the Month winners for November are Stevi Henry and Jaylee Riley. Stevi Henry was selected as the Early Care and Education (ECE) AM Student of the Month for Kiamichi Technology Center – Atoka. Coalgate High School student, Jaylee Riley was selected as the Early Care and Education (ECE) PM Student of the Month for Kiamichi Technology Center – Atoka. read more

Philip Tyler Brown a senior at Coalgate High School attending the Computer Networking Class at Kiamichi Technology Center in Atoka, OK competed in the State SkillsUSA Telecommunications Cabling competition in Tulsa, OK in April. He placed... Read More...





KTC-Atoka Outstanding Business Student, Raini Butler, Receives Award of Educational Achievement and Wins State to Compete at Business Professionals of America National Conference.  KTC-Atoka Business student, Raini Butler, pictured with State BPA Awards, which qualified her for National BPA Conference in Indianapolis, IN. Butler was also recognized with a Technology Centers That Work Award of Educational Achievement. Read More…