Maine Central Institute is an independent college preparatory day and boarding school founded in 1866. In a safe and caring atmosphere, students will acquire knowledge, self-esteem, social responsibility, and the critical thinking and communication skills necessary for global citizenship and lifelong learning.
The people at MCI work diligently to focus on each student as an individual to ensure that every person grows academically, socially, and physically while becoming a global citizen.
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The main complaint I have about MCI is its lack of attention to education in areas related to trade jobs. In an area where interest in classes like woodworking, shop, and welding would be high, I am disappointed that MCI has so little opportunity on campus for students to learn in these areas and others like them. While I understand that MCI hopes to behave largely like a charter school and cater to college preparatory needs, we are in an area where this most definitely should not be the only focus.