Q: What does the program cost?
A: Tuition costs are paid for by Mountain Institute CTED when your application has been approved, Mountain Institute Scholarships you your program costs. There may be invoiced tuition fees if a student is placed on attendance contracts or behavior contracts and those contracts are broken.
Q: How do I know if I've been accepted?
A: You will receive an email and/or a letter in the mail stating that you were accepted into the central program or placed on a waiting list.
Q: Is the orientation process mandatory?
A: Yes, an orientation process is part of the application process and must be attended. Orientation highlights how to be a successful student with Mountain Institute CTED and Yavapai College enrollment.
Q. Are there prerequisites?
A: While many programs have unique prerequisites, all students entering a CTED program must have at least average attendance and a limited history of disciplinary issues to be considered. Visit the program information page and click on the program you're interested into to find out specific requirements.
Q: Will I receive college credit through CTED?
A: All programs offer high school credit and some of our programs offer college credit or dual enrollment through Yavavpai College. (See program information for details about credits for a specific program).
Q: Can I attend if I'm homeschooled?
A: Yes, CTED's accredited programs are available as a adjunct to the homeschool curriculum
Q: How can I get additional info?
A: Contact Mountain Institute CTED at 928.771.0791 or visit www.micted.net