The Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation and the Indiana Department of Workforce Development conceived this idea for a vocational-technical high school that would meet the changing demands of workforce training and technology. A 54-person design and planning task force made up of students, parents and leaders from business, industry, labor and higher education ASSOCIATED FIRMFosse & AssociatesCAPACITY1,500COST PER SQ FT$125.00FEATURED IN2005 Architectural PortfolioSUB CATEGORYWork in Progress a learning plan to guide the design of the facility.
The new $32.5 million Southern Indiana Career and Technical Center (SICTC) will educate and prepare students for employment within local industries, as well as hold adult continuing-education courses. SICTC is designed to allow cross-curricular teaming of all technical areas and provide access for businesses to team with the school corporation to give students the most current look at industry trends.
Two 1,000-square-foot flexible learning classrooms are configured openly, wired for distance learning and connected to air, water and power supplies to facilitate science study over a broad range of disciplines.