On the evening of October 23rd, Monroe welcomed over 900 middle school students and their parents for our annual Middle School Night. The event was open to all middle school students countywide who were thinking about applying to Monroe Technology Center when in high school. Teachers from all twenty-six programs were available to answer questions and their individualized labs were open for tours.
With the popularity of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education on the rise, students around the county are looking for ways to enhance their high school education. Monroe Technology Center, the Loudoun Governor’s Career and Technical STEM Academy, offers a wide variety of programs in disciplines like Computer Animation, Veterinary Science, Masonry, or Nursing, to name only a few. Each year this event grows more popular as the employment and college market becomes more competitive.