January 1, 2021

Congratulations to our December Students of the Month!. Hayden Christie; Outdoor Leadership II Elliot Johnson; Machine Tool II Seth Benner; Baking & Pastry Nate Waycott; Small Engine & Compact Diesel II Catriona Burnett; Baking & Pastry 



December 16, 2020

This Fall The Strand held their first film festival, The Strand Youth Film Fest (SYFF).  They had two divisions, a Junior and Senior.  The Senior division was for high school students and contained categories such as: Narrative (fiction), Documentary, and Best in Show.  With encouragement from Brandon Soards, their Design Tech Teacher, both John Comeau and Emma […]



December 1, 2020

Congratulations to our November Students of the Month! Ryker Weaver, Outdoor Leadership Nolan Gahagan, Carpentry David Pushaw, Welding I Noah Rousseau, Small Engines I Leo Speno, Tech Communications II



November 30, 2020

This Fall first year students in Culinary Arts and Baking and Pastry, at Mid-Coast, took the ServSafe Food Handler Exam through the National Restaurant Association.  Twenty-nine students completed the intensive two hour video training with five sections consisting of Basic Food Safety, Personal Hygiene, Cross-contamination and Allergens, Time and Temperature, and Cleaning and Sanitation followed by the […]



November 18, 2020

Every Fall, students are pre-tested in their industry program.  Programs such as Automotive Technology and Automotive Collision Repair use the ASE Entry-Level Certification Program to test their students’ knowledge.  Within this certification program there are several certifications available.  Many students have passed single certifications, however, we wanted to highlight these students who have successfully passed all of […]



October 27, 2020

MCST Outdoor Leadership Program enters its second year and welcomes new 1st year students.  After a few days of basic safety training and getting all the various forms and waivers filled out, the OLP headed outside and onto the water!  By the end of the first week of October, 1st year students were well on […]