School History-Then and Now

Our beginning as a site for application of technical skills


Women ironing at the Factory Photo inside the factory Women sewing Photo of outside factory

Property purchased in mid 1960s

Building at time of purchase Dedication plaque dated 1968

Putnam County Vocational Technical Center
circa 1968

(This entrance was located in what is now the custodians closet at the head of B-Wing)

Original entrance to school

First Welding Class 1968

Fred Milhorn, Instructor

Welding class photo from 1968

Opened with three wings in 1976

Existing Structure with the original building outlined in yellow.

Aerial view of PCTC

Today PCTC offers 23 different programs
that serve over 400 students annually.

We have many students recognized at the state and national level for their achievements.
PCTC continues to evolve today from our humble beginnings to meet the demands of our local workforce.