Meridian Technology Center
Students can attend Meridian concurrently at no cost during their junior and senior years. They enroll in either a morning or afternoon session, with an opportunity to prepare for their career and still experience high school. Classes held during the morning session are from 7:50 – 10:40 and afternoon classes are from 12:45 – 3:35. Sophomores can enroll in afternoon programs when space is available. The Meridian STEM Academy programs (Biomedical Sciences and Pre-Engineering) are open to sophomores, juniors and seniors. Students may earn 3 or 4 credits per year. Some courses count as electives, some count for academic credit. Visit meridiantech.edu/programs to explore more than 20 hands-on career training programs. Transportation from Stillwater High School to Meridian is provided at no cost. At Meridian students will experience:
Small classes with hands-on learning
Use the skills you learn to go directly to work or to get a better job while in college
Real-world learning projects in every program
Many self-paced programs
Meet friends from 10 area schools
Concurrent EnrollmentSchool Board Policy EHDD School Board Policy EHDD-R
Concurrent enrollment allows a high school to be simultaneously enrolled in high school and college or university courses at Oklahoma State University or Northern Oklahoma Colleges. Students must meet the college or university admission criteria before requesting concurrent enrollment. Students who are enrolled concurrently must meet all district criteria to meet high school graduation requirements. High school credit for concurrent enrollment courses will be available. High School Guidance Counselors can provide additional Information.
SHS Students who wish to become exchange students should contact the Guidance Office. Stillwater High School works strictly with the Stillwater Frontier Rotary Club and the Council for Educational Travel, USA (CETUSA) for its exchange student programming.