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Do you know when vocational / career tech courses were first offered in Mansfield? 
Mansfield's first vocational courses were offered at Mansfield Senior High School in 1927. 
Since then the program has grown to over 10 programs with articulation to local colleges for college credit!

All current MSH Career Technical Education programs are aligned with North Central State College, Stark State College or The University of Akron providing 2 to 18 semester hours of college credit and receive a license or certification upon completion of our 2 year Career Tech programs*.Our goal is to be aligned with all State supported 2 year and 4 year colleges and universities for semester hour credits.

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Career Tech Stats

  • Over 50% of junior and senior class on average are in Career Technical Education.
  • 91% of  Career Tech students in 2012 class graduated.
  • The Gateway Program finished its first year of engineering in 2012-2013 and now has 48 students enrolled with counselors turning students away. 

* credit hours, license and certification vary based on the program completed



Mansfield City Schools District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities.  
The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Mr. Brian Garverick, Superintendent
Mrs. Betsy Alexander, Director State and Federal Programs
Mansfield City Schools
856 West Cook Road
Mansfield, Ohio  44907