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At Mitchell Tech, we know parents have their own sets of concerns about where a son or daughter chooses to go to school. It's not just about the academics; how will they adjust socially, financially, and emotionally?
Mitchell Tech prides itself on assisting students to achieve academic success and successfully transition to adulthood and the world of work. Your student will find an array of activities and services designed to help them grow, become well rounded and adaptable.
Parents can be important partners in their child's success. However, it is important for parents to adapt a philiosophy of encouraging students to be self-advocating, active learners. At times, this means stepping back and allowing the student to resolve their problems or concerns on their own. Parents should begin to think of themselves as 'coaches' to enable students to grow, learn and foster life skills such as taking initiative, effective communication, conflict resolution and problem-solving skills—all skills that employers are seeking!
Use this section to get answers about your specific needs and never hesitate to contact us with your questions. We look forward to being a part of your extended family!
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Parents . . . . Having your child begin his or her technical education can be a stressful experience for you, especially if your child hasn’t lived away from home before.Learn More »
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