High School Programs

 

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High School Technical Program Application  (2017-18)

 

MTC Provides The Following Programs For Currently Enrolled Pasco County High School Students

 

Dual Enrolled Programs 

*Students can pay program fees by clicking on their program link.

Commercial Art Technology

Commercial Foods and Culinary Arts

Computer Systems and Information Technology

Digital Cinema and Production

Electricity

High School Programs

Air Conditioning Refrigeration and Heating Technology

Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing

Automotive Service Technology

Cosmetology

Marine Service Technologies

Campus Tours

Appointments for campus tours can be scheduled by contacting:

Kim Dunn, Career Specialist
727-774-1703
kdunn@pasco.k12.fl.us

 

Application Requirements (May 1 Deadline)

  • High school student in 11th grade or higher
  • Career-technical post-secondary goal
  • 2.0 unweighted GPA
  • Students are strongly encouraged to have passed Florida State Assessments
  • Two letters of recommendation from School Counselors or teachers
  • Good attendance and discipline records

Additional Information

Busing is provided to and from the base high schools during certain sessions.  If you sign up for a program that busing is not offered you will be responsible for your own transportation.

For programs that take longer to complete, post-secondary students are awarded transfer credits from high school based on instructor evaluation of hours, grades, and skills. There is no guarantee of 900 hours as a high school student.

Students who attended MTC at any time prior to enrollment as a post-secondary student will be issued credit for successfully completed coursework as evaluated by the post-secondary program instructor.

Any high school student who will be a junior or senior next year that is interested in taking any of these classes please contact Nicole Graziano, School Counselor at 727-774-1718.

 

 

 

The District School Board of Pasco County hereby stipulates and affirms its policy of offering equal educational opportunities for all persons regardless of race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, gender, marital status, disability, genetic information or legally-protected characteristic. As such, it is the policy of the District to provide reasonable substitutions for any person enrolled in a post-secondary vocational programs who is hearing impaired, visually impaired, dyslexic or who has a specific learning disability where failure to meet the requirements is related to the disability. In order to receive disability accommodations or substitution, qualifying students must provide documentation that clearly shows evidence of a disability to the Special Populations Coordinator for individual consideration. The Teacher of Varying Exceptionalities can be reached at 727 774-1731

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