Director's Message


2019-2020 School Calendar



Welcome To Muncie Area Career Center!

The Muncie Area Career Center (MACC) is an area career and technical education school dedicated to the development of academic and career skills to prepare students for college and a career.  The Muncie Area Career Center serves high school juniors and seniors from the following participating high schools in Blackford, Delaware, and Randolph counties: Blackford, Cowan, Daleville, Delta, Monroe Central, Muncie Central, Union City, Wapahani, Wes-Del, Winchester, and Yorktown. 

There are thirteen career and technical education programs available at the MACC: Automation and Robotics, Auto Technology, Construction Technology, Cosmetology, Dental Careers, Early Childhood Education, Electrical Technology, Health Sciences I & II, Information Technology Academy, PLTW Biomedical, Public Safety – Fire, Public Safety – Law, and Welding Technology.  Students who are in the morning session attend class from 7:55 AM until 10:30 AM, and students who are in the afternoon session attend from 12:25 PM until 3:00 PM.

Our knowledgeable and experienced faculty facilitate a variety of activities that assist students in learning about career and post-secondary opportunities. All students are required to participate in at least one job shadowing experience each year.  In addition, students in specific program areas also engage in clinical or internship experiences that allow students to work and train in a local business, company, or agency.  The job shadowing and internship experiences are a great opportunity for students to learn what specific career fields are really like so that they can make informed decisions about college and career. Additionally, many MACC programs offer students the opportunity to earn dual credit for post-secondary education as well as industry certification in their chosen field.

If you want a unique high school experience that will help you make a career choice and prepare you for post-secondary career and educational opportunities, enroll in one of the MACC programs. 

Thank you,

Caleb J. Beasley
Principal


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