Fast Times at Petroleum High

Miller, Jeremy
February 2011
High Country News;2/7/2011, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p9
The article features the Oil Technology Academy in Taft, California which provides scholarship grants to secondary students to study industrial topics particularly on oil production. It highlights the Oildorado festival which the town celebrates every five years in October to honor California town's patron industry. It also includes the opening of another energy academy in Rock Springs, Wyoming, which was based on the Taft model.


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