MISSION & BELIEFS

MISSION STATEMENT

The Reading Muhlenberg Career and Technology Center, in partnership with our diverse community, sponsoring districts, and business and industry, is committed to providing quality career and technical education, resulting in opportunities for students to gain employment, pursue post-secondary education, and develop an appreciation for lifelong learning.

VISION STATEMENT

The Reading Muhlenberg Career & Technology Center is a school where students obtain the necessary academic support and critical skill attainment in becoming productive members of a complex and demanding workforce. The School is assisted in this endeavor through partnerships established with its sponsoring districts, business and industry, and post‐secondary education institutions. Collectively, we strive and appreciate the School’s students for their diversity, and cooperatively work together to provide students with the opportunity to begin molding a destiny and establishing a personal legacy.

BELIEF STATEMENTS

We believe

  • in valuing the diversity of each student
  • education leads to opportunity
  • quality education starts with quality leadership
  • a career and technical education is a critical component of 
workforce development
  • technology is vital to learning and will help students connect with a rapidly changing world
  • technology must be embraced by teachers as a tool to help prepare students to meet current and future labor market demands
  • in providing all students with a positive educational experience
  • students should feel proud of what they have accomplished 
each day
  • students will be provided every opportunity to achieve their 
highest potential
  • the success of a student is enhanced by parents and/or other 
influential adults through their support and involvement
  • students will be provided the opportunity to acquire and cultivate leadership skills
  • in providing students with a safe school environment
  • in encouraging students to maintain a lifelong affiliation 
with the school
  • change is an ongoing process, not an event, and is fundamental for building quality programs of study
  • instruction must accommodate individual student learning styles
It is the policy of RMCTC not to discriminate on the basis of gender, disability, race, color, and national origin
in its educational and vocational programs, activities, or employment as required by Title IX, Section 504 and Title VI.
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