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VO TECH

Standards and Curriculum

The Master's Academy Vo-Tech High School curriculum is an Accelerated Christian Education. It is a self-paced model where students work on their own, in a classroom setting, with teachers present to help them as needed.

This model of education is called PACE because, to a large extent, it is self-paced. The typical student is either not college bound or has learning differences that are not suitable for the traditional classroom setting. They often thrive or perform better in a non-traditional classroom setting assisting them in moving on to college and professional careers.

 

In addition to the PACES education model, the Vo-Tech program offers unique opportunities aimed at preparing students for a career in a vocational or technical field. Our vo-tech students spend three days in the classroom and two days at a business, as an apprentice (intern), where they gain valuable training alongside a professional in their field of interest. The vo-tech aspect must be earned and maintained with successful progress through their studies. However, it is not a requirement to participate in the vo-tech portion of the program to be enrolled on the PACE program.

 
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VO-TECH DIRECTOR
EMAIL: LINDA CARLSON

 

Trade Skills

The Master's Academy Vo-Tech is aimed at preparing students for a career in a vocational or technical field.

 

Vo-tech stands for Vocational-Technical, and there are various forms of vo-tech schools. Those that have significant resources bring the vo-tech program onto their campus where they have an array of workshops and trainers/technicians to teach and train students. The vo-tech students spend three days in the classroom and two days at a business, as an apprentice (intern), where they are taught ‘the trade.’ Not all students opt to pursue a vo-tech opportunity and some do go on to college, which must be earned and maintained with successful progress through their studies.

If you are interested in our vo-tech program, please fill out an application or contact our director Linda Carlson for more information.