MITT High School

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MITT High School is a tuition-free, dual-track program where students graduate with both a high school diploma and technical training in an apprenticeship level-1 eligible field.

Available for students starting Grade 11, MITT High School features a small, supportive environment and one-on-one instruction that provides a unique alternative to large high school classes.

Who is it for?

MITT is an excellent option for Grade 11 and 12 students looking for an alternative to a large high school or one that doesn’t offer training in skilled trades.

How does it work?

Students spend half their day in one of five apprenticeship-accredited skilled trade programs with a dedicated cohort of high school-aged learners.

The other half of the day, students study the compulsory academic courses required to graduate from high school.

What does it cost?

MITT High School is tuition-free. Students may be required to purchase supplies for their technical training.

What qualifications do I receive at graduation?

MITT High School students earn a Senior Years Technology Diploma and a MITT certificate.

How do I earn apprenticeship Manitoba credits?

Students can receive credit for Apprenticeship Manitoba in-school technical training and hours towards the Apprenticeship Manitoba program by:

  • Completing their skilled trade program with an accumulated average of 70 per cent or better
  • Gaining employment
  • Registering as an apprentice within two years of graduation

What are the entrance requirements?

To attend MITT High School, students must have successfully completed Grades 9 and 10 English Language Arts, Mathematics, Physical/Health Education, Science, and Social Studies.

How do I apply?

To start the application process for MITT High School, email the following information:

  • Technical program of interest
  • Name
  • Email address
  • Current grade
  • Current school
  • Program(s) of interest
  • Parent/guardian full name
  • Parent/guardian phone number
  • Parent/guardian email address

An application package will be emailed to the parent/guardian once your information is received.

High School Credit Courses

MITT students complete compulsory courses required for high school graduation in Manitoba. These include:

  • English Language Arts 30S/40S
  • History of Canada 30F
  • Mathematics 30S/40S
  • Physical/Health Education 30F/40F

Other web-based courses are available through the Department of Education for students seeking additional elective credits.

Skilled Trade Program Options

Automotive Technology
Two years (half days)
Acquire the skills needed to enter the motor vehicle repair industry.
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Culinary Arts
Two years (half days)
Unlock your passion for food and creativity while you gain the knowledge and skills to thrive in this exciting, fast-paced industry.
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Electrical Trades Technology
Two years (half days)
Get the skills and knowledge to install, operate, and repair electrical equipment and start your career right away.
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Two and a half years (half days)*
Develop your skills and techniques and learn the ins and outs of the workplace in a full-service salon environment.
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* Note: Following two years of high school, students join the post-secondary Hairstyling program in the following Fall term to complete their courses.

Welding Technology
Two years (half days)
Gain welding knowledge and skills with hands-on experience designing and fabricating projects.
Full program information

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