Career & Technical Middle College Program
The Career & Technical Middle College at St. Clair TEC allows students to pursue career-oriented studies in high school and college while earning college credit at no cost. CTMC students can earn an associate degree through an additional year of study.
Students in the CTMC remain students of their home high school. CTMC students take high school classes at their high school, as well as taking technical classes at TEC and college classes at St. Clair County Community College.
Students participating in the Career and Technical Middle College will, in year 11 of high school, take classes at their high school and TEC. In year 12, they will take their classes at TEC and SC4. In year 13, virtually all their classes will be at SC4. At the end of that 13th year, students can earn an associate degree or certificate program from the college.
The CTMC is available to students in the following programs:
- Computer Programming
- Digital Media Technology
- Education & Early Childhood Development
- Engineering & Robotics
- Health Careers
- Metal Machining Technology
- Welding Technology