At Mid-Coast School of Technology, our unique hands-on programs are oriented towards uniform national standards that prepare our students for academic success and qualified career placement. We are one of nine regional career and technical education schools in Maine that serves 21 towns throughout the Mid-Coast. In addition to our 18 high school level programs, we have adult education and college courses taught on site. Click on a link below for more information.
Region 8 offers career and technical programs in the following Maine approved CTE programs: Auto Collision, Automotive Technology, Carpentry, Certified Nursing Assistant, Composite Manufacturing, Medical Science, Design Technology, Pre-Engineering, English/Tech Communications, CTE Exploratory, Firefighting, EMT, Horticulture, Baking & Pastry, Culinary, Machine Tool, Marine Technology, Mathematics, Cooperative Education, Social Studies, Diversified Trades, Small Engines/Compact Diesel, Outdoor Leadership and Welding/Metal Fabrication.
Mid-Coast School of Technology Adult Education @ Region 8 traditionally offers certificate Healthcare courses (CNA, CRMA, PSS), introductory/advanced Welding (MIG I & II, Stick, and TIG), Machining courses (Part 1 & 2, and CNC), Automotive Technology, Small Engine Repair, Intro to Plumbing, M.O.S. certification courses in Excel and QuickBooks, introductory courses for commonly used computer programs, plus in-depth career-based computer courses, AND lots of shorter courses in categories of Do-It-Yourself, Studio, and personal enrichment.
Mid-Coast School of Technology is proud to serve as a satellite campus of Kennebec Valley Community College. This partnership will provide valuable postsecondary career training and certificate programs to the midcoast region for years to come. For a list of course offerings, please visit https://www.kvcc.me.edu/about-kvcc/locations/rockland/ for more information.
All students should have access to comprehensive career and technical education programs of instruction to enable them to validate their occupational choices while establishing a solid foundation of academic, career, interpersonal and technical knowledge and skills.
Learning is an essential, dynamic and exciting life-long process that ensures the greatest probability for success within one’s personal and professional life.
The process of learning requires each of us to assume a large measure of the responsibility for creating and maintaining a positive learning environment which is sensitive to the learning style needs and interests of all students.
Students should develop and maintain an understanding of, and appreciation for cultural diversity and the need to honor and respect each individual for his/her contributions, needs and interests.
All students should leave high school with essential knowledge and skills to participate successfully in a global economy and that these skills should include, but are not limited to, the ability to solve real world problems, think creatively, work as a member of a team, show compassion for others, organize and manage time and resources, engage in life-long learning activities and understand the need and benefit of post-secondary education and training.