Mountain Mission maintains a vocational education program comparable to public high schools throughout the region, with well-equipped facilities for studies in auto mechanics, woodworking/carpentry, metalworking and electronics.
The hands-on skills cultivated through these studies add a practical component to any well-rounded education, and bring lifelong benefits to the student.
While more than 95% of MMS kids go on to college, the school’s vocational education program also provides a pathway for students who are more interested in learning a trade and entering the workplace.
Mountain Mission’s vocational education program was the focus of a recent news report by a Bristol TV station. View the story here.