Frequently Asked Questions

Future Students

Who can attend MVCTC?

MVCTC serves juniors and seniors from 27 partner school districts.

What if I don't attend one of your partner schools?

We have an Open Enrollment Policy that may allow you to become a student at MVCTC. Click here to see our Admission Procedures.

How Do I Apply?

If you are a sophomore currently attending one of our 27 partner district schools, complete the MVCTC on-line application--click here.  It will automatically go to your school counselor to finish the process and your school counselor will forward your application to MVCTC. If you are a sophomore and are not currently attending one of our 27 partner district schools, click here.  You will want to print the application  (PAPER APPLICATION) and give to your school counselor to compelete and forward to us.

Click here if you want to see a map of our 27 partner school districts.

What if I have credit deficiencies or poor attendance?

The ultimate goal is that all students graduate. Our MVCTC school counselors will be reviewing your application to decide the best educational experience depending on the severity of deficiencies.  Students who do have credit deficiencies and/or poor attendance may be required to participate in Project PASS.  They will be required to submit plans for making up the credit deficiencies and/or sign an attendance pledge if the student is admitted to MVCTC.

When will I find out if I have been accepted to MVCTC?

Partner school counselors pick up acceptance notices at the Spring (by mid-April) Partner School Counselors' Meeting at MVCTC. The counselors then distribute the information to their students.

What is the daily schedule at MVCTC?

Students attend MVCTC from 8:05 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. each day. The school day consists of hands-on career technical program training, English, science, social studies, math, and elective classes. Click here to see the academic course descriptions.

Do I need to have my own transportation every day?

Transportation is provided by each partner high school. Apprenticeship, Internship, and Open Enrollment students must provide their own daily transportation. The Dayton RTA does have a daily route to MVCTC.

What does it cost to go to MVCTC?

Each career technical program has a fee, which covers lab costs, uniforms, tool kits, etc. To see a complete list of student fees, click here.

Will I get to see my schedule before school starts?

A few weeks before school starts, all MVCTC students are invited to attend Schedule Pick-Up Night. They will be able to walk around the campus, talk with instructors, and find their classrooms.

Will I earn my high school diploma from MVCTC?

Students can earn eight credits each year at MVCTC, which are awarded by semester. They receive their high school diplomas from their partner district high school. A student will receive a portfolio from MVCTC which displays a profile of both professional and personal accomplishments.  This portfolio is called a Career Passport and will be given to students at Senior Recognition in May at Wright State University's Nutter Center.

Can I still go to college if I attend MVCTC?

MVCTC prepares students for a seamless transition from high school to college by providing opportunities to earn college credit and scholarship money towards a post-secondary education. Click here to see the many College Option opportunities at MVCTC.

Can I still participate in sports at my home high school?

Since you will still be a student at your partner district high school when you attend MVCTC, we encourage you to continue to participate in your extra-curricular activities, including sports, clubs, band, etc.

What if my parents would like a tour of your school?

If you would like a personal tour of our campus, just contact the Enrollment Coordinator at (937) 854-6244 or the Enrollment Secretary at (937) 854-8056.

What are some of the benefits of attending MVCTC?

Here are just a few of the benefits:

  • With hands-on training, you receive a head start into a career of your choice
  • Receive college credit for lab work
  • Receive dual high school and college credit for academic classes
  • Meet many new friends
  • Spend half of the school day in your hands-on career technical program lab
  • Receive a laptop computer to use while you are a student at MVCTC
  • Earn industry certifications
  • As a Tech Prep student, you can qualify for a $3,000 scholarship from Sinclair Community College if you achieve a 2.25 GPA
  • Participate in extra-curricular activities at your partner district high school
  • Graduate with your friends from your partner district high school
  • Many MVCTC students are earning while they are learning by participating in Advanced Placement (1/2 day) or Apprenticeship (alternative 2 weeks to school and 2 weeks to work) during their senior year

What are some of the exciting things happening at MVCTC?

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