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First day for Juniors is Monday, August 24th
First day for Seniors is Tuesday, August 25th (there will be no remote academic learning on Monday August 24th for seniors)
First day for STEM Students (Last Names A-K) will be Monday, August 24th
First day for STEM students (Last Name L-Z) will be Tuesday, August 25th (there will be no remote academic learning on Monday August 24th for these students)
Latest MCCTC High School News
MCCTC Opens the Door to ‘Multiple Career Pathways’
CANFIELD, Ohio — During an open house Thursday evening at the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center, Michael Stanko, president of the MCCTC board of education, asked the hundreds in attendance to raise their hands if they were graduates.
Some of them raised their hands high. The sight choked Stanko with emotion.
“About 48 years ago, I was here,” he said. “I sat there with my folks talking about what we needed to do, and I made the decision to come into the aviation program. No regrets.”
Area firefighters welcome long-awaited training center at MCCTC
CANFIELD, Ohio (WKBN) – It’s been a long wait but now there’s a new fire training center at the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center.
“It truly has a regional feel to it because everyone in the area is able to come use it,” said Austintown Fire Chief Andy Frost. After months of construction, the ribbon was cut on the MCCTC fire training center Monday. Its main purpose is to host high school and adult firefighter certification programs. Beyond that, Frost said this building improves…
Local schools compete in robotics competition at MCCTC
CANFIELD, Ohio (WKBN) – Several local schools competed in a robotics competition at the Mahoning County Career & Technical Center Saturday.
The schools competed to see which robot could complete tasks the fastest. Robots are designed, built, programmed and operated solely by the students. Through an elimination style competition, two advance to the state competition. Additional state qualifiers are selected based on excellence, design and skill.
“There’s so many possibilites for the…