MTI PREPARES STUDENTS FOR SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND IN LIFE!
Students will receive a high school diploma while also having the opportunity to earn impressive national certifications, scholarship money and college credits through Gold Seal programs. Working closely with Business Advisory Councils composed of local industry leaders, students will participate in work-based learning experiences and “hands-on” training activities while attending MTI.
Why should you choose a technical high school vs. a typical high school? The information you might need to help you make this life-changing decision may be found in this video regarding job availability and salaries. High school sophomores can finish their high school programs with career and college-focused offerings at MTI. Don't wait and be lost in the shuffle - now is the time to apply for the 2014-2015 school year. MTI offers academic and vocational programs for juniors and seniors in high school. Enrolling at MTI promises students' engagement, challenge and achievement. MTI offers an environment that is unique and innovative in Marion County and Florida! Want to visit campus? Just call 671-4765 for a personalized tour of the school! This is your chance to make a new choice...remember your future starts TODAY! Fill out your application today.
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Attention Parents and Students! Are you looking to jump start your college career? Click here to see a Career Pathways Powerpoint presentation that explains how MTI can help you earn college credits before you ever leave high school!
MTI now offers transportation to its students! Click here for the new bus routes!
Be sure to stay connected with your base school for upcoming activities and events by logging on to their websites or viewing the bulletin board located in Student Services!
Sunday afternoon, April 26th a bus load of Marion County students departed for the SkillsUSA Florida State Leadership and Skills Conference held in Lakeland where they competed against more than 1600 students from around the State of Florida. On Wednesday, April 29th they returned with Gold, Silver and Bronze medals, some power tools, and a SkillsUSA State Officer. Those winning 1st place are invited to represent the state of Florida in the National SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference being held June 23rd – 26th in Louisville, Kentucky.
Five Marion County high schools participated in the SkillsUSA State Conference. Belleview, Dunnellon, Forest, Marion Technical Institute, and North Marion.
Congratulations to Steven Garafola - this year's Honda of Ocala Perfect Attendance Winner. Garafola won a brand new Honda for his dedication to the Career Academy. Wilkayla Shaw was awarded with an iPad Air! We are so proud of all 10 of our seniors who maintained perfect attendance.
The typical school day runs from 7:45 am - 4:15 pm, Monday through Thursday. Breakfast is served from 7:15 am - 7:35 am. Lunch is from 12:11 - 12:54.
Base School Activities: Students are encouraged to attend base school functions; however there is a process. Always start by seeing someone in Student Services for an approval form before purchasing tickets or attending any events.
The NCLB-SPAR report contains information about the progress of Florida's public schools. Feel free to view it on the DOE website here.
Students may now bring their laptops on campus and make use of the wireless network here at Marion Technical Institute. This is a great opportunity to learn how to use a laptop as a learning tool in preparation for attending college or obtaining a job.
Please be aware that MTI & Marion County Schools will not repair, service or troubleshoot a student electronic device. Students are responsible for the security of their laptop and should not leave it unattended or share a locker.
It is a privilege, not a right to use your laptop on campus. A violation of County and School rules will be dealt with based on the guidelines in the Student Code of Conduct.
Click here to view the District Improvement and Assistance Plan.
Parents, Marion County Public Schools wants to hear from you. The district and its 53 schools want to know how they can better serve students, parents, caregivers, and other stakeholders in our local community. With parents taking more interest in their children’s education, the district’s latest Parent Survey is now available online and at each school.
Parents can access the survey at www.marionschools.net/parentsurvey. The survey is available in both English and Spanish.