Students learn proper nutrition, care and grooming of animals, basics of laboratory testing, along with management techniques for pet shops and stables.
Auto Collision Technology and ASE certified program teaches the repairing, refinishing and restoring of the body of damaged vehicles.
An ASE certified program, includes diagnosing, adjusting, repairing and replacing mechanical and electrical parts of an automobile.
Fundamental concepts and skills for entrepreneurship, business management, marketing, computer applications, digital design, and website design.
A mini-culinary institute environment to prepare, present, and serve food to the public. The students operate the Center Café restaurant.
ASE nationally certified training in diagnosing, disassembling, reconditioning, and replacing diesel engines and components.
Focuses on computer architecture and the principles of how computers function at both the software and hardware level.
Students learn basic carpentry skills to repair, construct, and remodel buildings and homes in a real world practical setting.
Students learn the personal care of clients’ hair, skin, and nails. Training occurs in a lab setting as well as in the Today’s Image Salon - a full service salon operated by students and open to the public.
The NEW Criminal Justice major is a two-year career-technical program providing students with the quality education & training needed to perform effectively in a wide variety of career positions within the criminal justice field.
Students learn the technical creation of artwork for commercial purposes as used in advertising, publications, packaging, and television to generate interest in a product or idea.
Students are introduced to career opportunities in the medical field and includes out-of-classroom clinical experience.
Focuses on the physical, social, emotional, and mental development of young children. Include operation of the MCCC Preschool.
Engineering Technologies and Design is a sequence of pre-engineering courses introducing students to the scope and discipline of engineering and engineering technology.
Students learn skills in pre-press production and finishing necessary for success in the Graphic Arts Industry.
Students learn to install, maintain and repair gas, oil, and electrical residential and light commercial heating and cooling units.
Students learn about common eye disorders, testing for visual acuity, depth perception, color blindness, proper use of optical instruments, prescription analysis and fitting technologies.
Focuses on the maintenance, diagnosis, and repair of 2 and 4-cycle gasoline engines, transmissions, electrical systems, and hydraulic systems.
Students learn in-depth knowledge of all aspects of metalworking and manufacturing.
Focuses on the public safety sector. Emergency Medical Technician and Firefighter careers are explored.
Includes basic skills in commercial housekeeping, laundry, and basic food preparation. Counselor Referral Required
Students experience a variety of technical programs. Counselor Referral Required.
Students participate in one of the Career Technical Majors where they learn independently. Counselor Referral Required
Prepares students to pursue a computer science and/or information technology degree.
Prepares students with the knowledge base to easily transition to college in sports fitness or the healthcare field.
SENIORS ONLY - Students learn early childhood, middle childhood, high school and special education.