Career and Technology Center was built in 1968. The educational
complex is situated on approximately twenty acres and consists
of the 81,136 square foot school and an annex of 1,966 square
feet. Most instructional areas include both classroom and
Mifflin-Juniata Career and Technology Center is jointly operated
by the Juniata and Mifflin County School Districts. Students
completing at least grade nine from one of five sending high schools
comprise the school's population. Sending schools include:
Mifflin County School
Valley High School
Juniata High School
attending non-public schools in Juniata and Mifflin Counties are
also eligible to attend Mifflin-Juniata Career and Technology
Center. Enrollment averages about 500 students annually.
educational programs offered at the MJCTC are approved by the
Pennsylvania Department of Education. Students receive academic
credit from their sending high schools for successful completion
of each planned course at the area vocational-technical school.
This assists students in completing the requirements for graduation
as determined by their high school. Upon successful completion
of all planned courses in a specific vocational-technical program,
students also receive a program completion certificate from the
Mifflin-Juniata Career and Technology Center.
school currently operates on a half-day schedule. Students
attend both their high school and the MJCTC daily, spending approximately
one-half of their day at each site.