MC2 Stem High School
Tri-C will soon be the home to the 10th grade class of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) MC2 STEM High School, which offers students a rigorous STEM education through an embedded campus model.
Beginning July 1, 2020 approximately 100 CMSD students will attend MC2 classes in a designated space at the Manufacturing Technology Center adjacent to Metropolitan Campus.
By design, MC² brings its students and staff to non-traditional environments to gain access to state-of-the-art STEM resources.
In addition to their high school curriculum, most MC2 students will participate in robotics and other Tri-C courses through the College’s Youth Technology Academy. Some students will take additional college-level courses through the College Credit Plus (CCP) program. CCP eligible students will attend courses on campus taught by Tri-C faculty.
Outside of school hours, MC2 students will have access to the Metro Campus library, recreation center, Campus Center and other spaces available to Tri-C students.