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.
In 1975 the Madison
community decided that they did not want to bus their children to a career
center out of the community. They built an addition to the high school and
provided what is now called Career Technical Education (CTE) to any student
interested in obtaining a skill before graduation.
Over 65% of Madison’s juniors and seniors are taking advantage of comprehensive offerings. 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.
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
- 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.
- Students have full access to all
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