Midland Innovation + Technology Charter School (MITCS)
Midland Innovation + Technology Charter School (MITCS) rendering

Construction begins on charter high school in Midland, Pa.

Sept. 24, 2021
Midland Innovation + Technology Charter School will enable students to receive a high school diploma while also receiving certificates, licensing, apprenticeships and even associate degrees.

Construction has begun on an $8 million charter high school in Midland, Pa. 

Midland Innovation + Technology Charter School will be housed in the Charles J. Betters Innovation Center; a newly constructed career technical education high school, the school says in a news release.

The 32,000-square-foot school will accommodate students in grades nine through 12 and will enable them to receive a high school diploma while also earning certifications, licensing, apprenticeships and even associate degrees in trades, technology and other fields. 

Features include instructional studios, flexible lab environments for collaborative learning and research, student support spaces, administrative offices, and food service and dining amenities, all in a building designed for inspiration.

Students will graduate prepared to enter the workforce or continue on through post-secondary education or training.

Students can choose from courses such as Petrochemical Studies, Gaming and Simulations, Safety Engineering, Transportation and Logistics, American Enterprise and Global Studies, Aviation Technology, Sustainable Water, and Healthcare Innovations.

The school is set to open in fall 2022. 

The facility was designed by CORE Architects of Pittsburgh and is being developed by CJ Betters Enterprises.

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