MNTC is a part of the Oklahoma CareerTech system, and our focus is on career and technical training. Students can complete our classes much faster than the traditional college route, and students can specialize and become certified in career and industry areas unavailable through other education settings.
Most MNTC students have the opportunity to work toward earning industry certifications, which puts them at an advantage when applying for jobs in today’s workforce. MNTC students have a 95 percent positive-placement rate, which means our graduates are continually hired for jobs that are directly related to their MNTC training.
High school students have the added benefit of earning two (2) or three (3) elective course credits on their transcripts for their MNTC class.
Our classes are open to all adults and high school students who live in our district consisting of Moore, Norman, and south Oklahoma City. High school students enrolled in MNTC classes attend our campus, while also attending their home high school in the Norman or Moore Public School district.
MNTC high school students have the opportunity to earn computer and lab science credit for some of our classes. Look for the to see if they qualify for Oklahoma’s Promise/ACE credit.
MNTC classes are free to high school students who attend public, private, or home school in Moore, Norman, or south OKC. There may be minimal supply costs or transportation requirements in some classes. Make sure to ask your MNTC Tech Rep about specific cost or transportation details during enrollment.
High school students may attend in a three-hour block in the morning or afternoon. After graduation, you can attend full-time to complete a class or start a new one as an adult student.
MNTC provides bus transportation to-and-from our Franklin Road Campus for our five partner high schools in Norman and Moore.
MNTC student organizations offer many opportunities for students to develop leadership skills, hold officer positions, and compete in state and national contests. Student organizations are a great way to get involved with your class and your community.
Working with MNTC’s Employment Services department, students learn to generate a professional resume and develop their interviewing and working skill-sets in preparation for landing a job. Additionally, our Employment Services coordinator and instructors have close working relationships with local and state employers who look to MNTC to fill job openings with qualified graduates. Visit: career-connection.mntc.edu