Mid-East Career and Technology Centers is an extension of the area high schools providing career-technical services and programs to students from Buckeye Trail, Caldwell, Cambridge, Crooksville, John Glenn, Maysville, Meadowbrook, Philo, Shenandoah, Sheridan, Tri-Valley, West Muskingum and Zanesville High Schools.
Mid-East covers 1,740 square miles in three and one-half counties and offers skill training programs at the Buffalo Campus at 57090 Vocational Road, Senecaville, and the Zanesville Campus at 400 Richards Road, Zanesville. Students are able to attend either of the two campuses regardless of their residence.
In addition to high school students, the District also serves adults through the Adult Center for Education, serving Belmont, Guernsey, Harrison, Muskingum, Noble and Perry Counties, and the Adult Basic and Literacy Education program serving Belmont, Guernsey, Harrison, Morgan, Muskingum and Noble Counties.
With high level academics being taught and state-of-the-art technology in use, Mid-East?s high school programs are designed to allow students to go directly into the workforce or go on to college. Students spend half of the day in traditional academic classroom settings and the other half in a lab working under realistic work-world conditions.