Central Montco Technical High School is a campus of the Colonial, Norristown Area and Upper Merion Area School Districts. The school integrates state-of-the-art tools and equipment into a curriculum that focuses on high-tech and high-paying careers. Students have the opportunity to learn using a hands-on approach in an authentic setting. In addition, highly trained instructors employ teaching methods that allow students to progress at the rate best fitting their capabilities.
EASTERN offers high-quality continuously evaluated and updated technical instruction, leadership opportunities and specialized services, and is accredited by the Middle States Association of College and Schools Commission on Secondary Schools.
Our programs respond to the needs of students and business and industry to provide an environment where students can make career decisions, acquire competitive skills and prepare themselves for success in higher education.
The North Montco Technical Career Center was formed as one of four area Vocational-Technical Schools in Montgomery County in 1964. The building was constructed on a 15-acre parcel of land along Sumneytown Pike in Towamencin Township. The school opened in 1967 and is jointly owned by the North Penn, Souderton Area, Wissahickon, Methacton and Perkiomen Valley School Districts.
The Mission of the Western Montgomery Career and Technology Center is to prepare quality citizens for lifelong productivity in a challenging and changing world by forming innovative partnerships among family, school and community.
In addition to preparation for direct entry into the workforce, WMCTC students are prepared to enroll in college studies. Many two and four year institutions offer programs of study which complement the occupational and technical areas offered at WMCTC.