MHS students learn college and career readiness skills in pathway program
Posted on 04/14/2015

MHS students participate in hands-on career training classes through the MHS Career Pathway program. The school offers 17 career and college readiness programs that put students in the workplace for mentorship and training opportunities. These classes help students identify and pursue career goals or eliminate possible career options. 

Watch a video of student interviews about the Career Pathway program.

Students who earn 2.5 or more credits of a career-related course are eligible for a pathway endorsement on their diploma. Pathways include the following fields: Business Finance and Marketing, Computer Science, Construction, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Early Childhood Education, Education, Engineering and Aerospace Sciences (EASA), Fabrication and Welding, Fire and Emergency Services, Health Services, Horticulture, Natural Resource Management, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Visual Communications (SOAR).