3 Brooklyn Avenue, Waterville, ME 04901-5301
Phone: 207-873-0102     Fax: 207-873-7057

Mid-Maine Technical Center has fourteen lab areas which is equipped with high tech equipment that meets industry standards.  Students attend Mid-Maine Technical Center as part of their school day, while continuing to take academic courses at their high school.  Transportation to and from Mid-Maine Tech is provided by each school district.  Enrollment at Mid-Maine Tech is arranged through the high school guidance office at no cost to the student.  
Each MHS student receives 2 credits per semester at MMTC.  


Integrated Academic Credits
Academic credits may be earned for high school graduation by completing an approved course at Mid-Maine Technical Center.  Prior written approval from the student's high school guidance counselor must be obtained before seeking academic credit with this option.  Students must pass both the academic requirements and the technical program to a satisfactory level, in order to receive two credits for the technical program and one credit in either math, fine arts, physical education or science.

  Math  Science  English  Social Studies
Automotive Systems
Electrical I & II
Finished Carpentry
Machine Tool
Machinist Operations
Residential Construction
Restaurant Operations 
 Medical Careers 
EMT
Criminal Investigation
Electrical 1 & 2
Early Childhood
  Journalism
Mass Media
 Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement


 Physical EducationFine Art Health 
Child Care
Early Childhood Education
EMT Basic
Firefighting
Medical Careers
 Early Childhood Education
Finished Carpentry
Residential Construction
Automotive Refinishing
Mass Media  (AM & PM)
Collision Repair & Automotive
Apple Tech 
Information Technology
Machine Tool
 EMT
Medical Careers
Early Childhood 






Dual College Credits
Students can get a head start on their college education by enrolling in the Dual College Credit program at Mid-Maine Technical Center.  Formal agreements with community colleges provide students an opportunity to begin building their college transcript by completing a program.  Each Dual Credit agreement defines eligibility standards, specific requirements and a final grade that students must attain to earn college credits

 Class Community College    Credit 
 Automotive Collision Repair Northern Maine Community College 3 College Credits 
 Automotive TechnologyCentral Maine Community College 8 College Credits 
Construction Technology Eastern Maine Community College 10 College Credits 
Culinary Arts Eastern Maine Community College 3 College Credits 
Criminal Justice Pending TBD 
 Early Childhood EducationNorthern Maine Community College  5 College Credits
Electrical Technology  Eastern Maine Community College 3 College Credits
 Emergency ServicesEastern Maine Community College  5.5 College Credits
 Information Technology Kennebec Valley Community College 6 College Credits
 Mass Media CommunicationsSouthern Maine Community College 6 College Credits 
Medical Careers Northern Maine Community College  3 College Credits
 Precision Machining Central Maine Community College 4 College Credits



Program of Study
 Name of Program    AM Course PM Course 
Automotive Collision RepairCollision Repair Automotive Refinishing 
Automotive Technology  Automotive ServiceAutomotive Systems 
Construction Technology  Residential ConstructionFinish Carpentry 
Culinary ArtsFood Preparation Restaurant Operations 
 Criminal JusticeLaw Enforcement & Police Patrol  Law Enforcement & Police Patrol
 Early Childhood EducationChild Care  Early Childhood Education
 Electrical Technology Electrical I Electrical II
 Emergency ServicesE.M.T Basic  Fire Fighter
 Information Technology IT Support Specialist Apple Technician & App Development
 Mass Media CommunicationVideography & Multi-Media Journalism Broadcasting & Multi-Media Production 
 Medical Careers Nursing AssistantAdvanced CNA Internship 
 Precision Machining Machine Tool Machinist Operations

CTE Academy
The CTE Academy focuses on meeting the needs of 10th and 11th grade students that are interested in enrolling in a technical program during their junior or senior year.  The intent of this program is to provide students an applied instructional setting to learn technical concepts and the educational and career opportunities available through Mid-Maine Technical Center.