Madison Local School District offers every student a comprehensive education. 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.

Automotive Technology

This ASE certified program develops student skills in the maintenance and repair of automobiles.

Business Management

Business Management prepares students to enter into a business related field after graduation or a business program at a 2 or 4 year university.


The carpentry program develops fundamental skills that are required for students to develop into a true craftsman.


The main objective is to instruct students in subjects to qualify them to pass the state board license examination and provide the best possible service to patrons.

Culinary Arts

Our program is rethinking what Culinary Arts should be in a career tech setting.  With an emphasis on quality, Madison’s Culinary Arts program elevates itself above other similar programs.

Cyber Security

Join one of the fastest growing careers in the world in our Cyber Security program!  Cyber Security at Madison partners with local industry to provide students with real-world experiences.

Early Childhood Education

Madison’s unique design model offers our students real-world, on the job training, while preparing them to work with children in either the classroom or childcare setting.

Electrical Maintenance

The Electrical Maintenance program is designed to prepare students to enter the workforce as an entry-level electrician.

Health Technologies

Health Science Technology students will participate in a 75-hour State of Ohio approved Training and Competency Evaluation Program for Nursing Aide (STNA).

Precision Machining

This program trains students in the setup, programming, and operation of manual and CNC lathes, milling machines, and more.


The Welding Technology program at Madison prepares students for a variety of occupations within the welding trade.


Choose your area of interest, from Construction and Manufacturing Technologies to Business Fundamentals and Accounting.

Career-Based Intervention

These career-technical education programs are designed to provide an individually guided setting for credit deficient students.