Madison Career Tech

Work Smarter.


Your Journey Starts Here

Madison Local School District offers students a comprehensive education that prepares them for the workforce.

Pathways to Excellence

Without leaving the school district, every student may choose from many career paths — from skilled employment immediately out of high school to the highest college degree.

College and Career Planning

Students enrolled in CTE programs at Madison not only may enter the work force through internships, but will also earn college credit while in high school.

First-Class Learning

The Career Technical Education Department at Madison Local Schools is committed to provide a first-class learning experience for all students. With a focus on hands-on and experiential learning, teachers who are experts in their fields develop skills within our students that will help them to enter in-demand fields after graduation. In addition to the skills that students will learn, each of our programs has college credit and industry recognized credentials woven through it, so that our students are the most prepared to enter the workforce or college of their choice.

Benefits of Local Technical Education

Besides offering an excellent education for all students, how do Madison taxpayers and students benefit by being a comprehensive school system? 

Advanced academics are available to all students including honors, AP classes and Dual Enrollment courses.

Because of shared facilities and budgets, broad ranges of adult education courses are offered to the community.

Students provide customer services in Auto Technology, Carpentry, Cosmetology, Electricity, Precision Machining, and Welding for the people of the Madison community.

Students continue to enjoy personal relationships with friends and gain comfort with teachers they have known for years.


Graduation Rate


Number of Programs


Percent of Juniors Enrolling in CTE


MCHS Rams was live.
MCHS Rams was live.
News Blast!!
April Newsletter!!
Congratulations to Kendall Kuhn, Troy Groff (not pictured), Phyllis Stanfield, Loki Jones, and Alisha Hill for earning a PBIS reward and representing the RAMS in a positive way! Very proud of these students!
Important information for Prom 2021

· Prom tickets go on sale during all three lunch periods from
Monday, April 26th – Friday April 30th.

· Tickets will be $20 each.

· All Madison senior and junior level students are welcome to

· Those students are welcome to bring a date from Madison
High School or a guest of their choosing.

· A guest is defined as a non-Madison High School student who
is the date (not a friend) of a Madison High School student.

· All MCHS students bringing a guest must have a Guest
Permission Form completed and returned before a ticket is
issued to a guest.

· Only one guest per student will be admitted.

· Guests must be, at minimum, in the ninth grade.

· Guests must not have reached their 21st birthday in order to

· All MCHS Code of Conduct rules and regulations will be in
effect during the dance. Guests are expected to comply with
all rules and regulations.

· Guests must arrive and enter the dance at the same time as
their Madison Comprehensive High School student date.

· Once students leave the dance, they will not be readmitted.

· Due to Covid-19 related restrictions, parents will not be able
to attend the Grand March Ceremony for Prom. We hope to
livestream the event on our high school web page MCHS
Rams. The Grand March will begin at 7:00 pm.

· 2020 Graduates of MCHS are also welcome to attend the
event. They must follow the same rules and guidelines set for
current junior and senior level students. Any 2020 graduate that
wishes to attend should contact Mr. Conway through email

· Madison Online Academy students may purchase tickets next
week at the school from 10:40am- 12:10pm (lunch periods).
Please be prepared to follow all visitor protocols when arriving
to purchase tickets.

· For those MOA students unable to purchase tickets during the
school day, Mr. Conway will be selling tickets in the front
entrance way of the HS from 2:30pm – 4:00pm on Wednesday
April 28th – Friday April 30th.

Ready to Get Started?

Have Questions?

All career and technical education programs follow the district’s policies of nondiscrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex and disability in all programs, services, activities, and employment. In addition, arrangements can be made to ensure that the lack of English language proficiency is not a barrier to admission or participation. Inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies should be directed to:

Lisa G. Gonzalez, Coordinator of Federal Programs

Madison Local Schools

1379 Grace Street

Mansfield, Oh 44905419-589-2600