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PCC opens South-Central Career Pathways Center to benefit area high schools

21 August 2019

Enrollment is now open for students interested in taking automotive classes in the new South-Central Career Pathways Center (SCCPC) loacted in Attica, Kan.
The SCCPC facility stemmed from a need for an automotive shop for high school students to utilize in the South-Central Kansas area. The shop saves students time and resources by having a facility in their area.

PCC to host Inaugural High School eSports Tournament

06 March 2019

High school students interested in eSports are invited to join the Pratt Community College eSports team in an inaugural High School eSports Tournament event on Saturday, Apr. 6. The tournament will begin in Carpenter Auditorium at 9:00 A.M. Teams of six will battle in the PC game, Overwatch, until one team remains as the sole victor.

Skyland Grain FFA Ag Day

19 December 2018

High School sophomores, juniors and seniors interested in education and careers in Agriculture are invited to join Pratt Community College and Skyland Grain, LLC on campus to take part in hands-on activities in an interactive, educational, and career networking event. Participants will learn about educational opportunities available at PCC, agriculture related career fields, PCC admissions requirements, programs, and scholarships. The free event takes place on March 26, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Lunch is provided. 

Tech Day

Register at prattcc.edu/TechDay

Senior Day

Senior Day

PCC Hires World Champion as Head Rodeo Coach

29 April 2015

This April, Pratt Community College welcomes World Champion Steer Roper Rocky Patterson as the new head coach of the men’s and women’s rodeo program. Patterson stepped in as interim head coach earlier in the semester, and accepted the permanent position after forming good relationships with the current students and seeing potential in the incoming team.

“Rodeo is all I’ve ever known,” said Patterson. “I’m here to help the students every way I can in what is traditionally a very expensive and demanding sport.”

PCC Hosts Academic Olympics and Car Show

25 February 2015

On Feb 23, 650 students attended Pratt Community College’s annual Academic Olympics. The students came from high schools around the state and competed in various scholastic, technical and artistic categories.

Kansas Board of Regents Launches GED Completion Program

15 December 2014

(Topeka, Kansas) – There are over 230,000 adult Kansans without a high school diploma, but earning a GED while also gaining a technical certificate is easier than ever before thanks to record-setting support from the state of Kansas and the Department for Children and Families. Now the challenge is to get the word out.

PCC High School League Volleyball Fundraiser

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