• The mission of the Morris County Vocational School District is to provide vocational and enrichment programs that inspire and prepare students to succeed in today’s world and pursue tomorrow’s opportunities.


General Information

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    • MCVSD is a public school district located in Morris County, New Jersey
    • Founded in 1969 as a share time trades school
    • First full time programs offered in 2000
    • Average Class Size Share Time: 16
    • Average Class Size Full Time: 20
    • Transportation is provided by the student's sending district


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Student Community

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    • Students are accepted through an application process
    • 755 Full Time Denville
    • 250 Full Time Satellite
    • 360 Share Time Denville
    • 60 Share Time Denville Fundamentals
    • 95 Share Time Satellite
    • Represent 26 Morris County municipalities
    • Also come from 12 neighboring county communities

Student Organizations

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    • Art/Photography Club
    • Chorus
    • Deca
    • Drama Club/Thespian
    • Environmental Action Club
    • Gay Straight Alliance Club
    • Hosa
    • Jazz Band
    • Key Club
    • Multicultural Club
    • National Dance Honor Society
    • National Honor Society Advisor
    • National Technical Honor Society
    • Peer Leader
    • Literary Club
    • Red Cross Club
    • Robotics Club
    • Skillsusa
    • Tech Club


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    • Boys/ Girls Cross Country
    • Boys/Girls Soccer
    • Girls Volleyball
    • Boys/Girls Basketball
    • Coed Bowling
    • Baseball
    • Softball
    • Coed Golf


Career & Technical Education

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    Career Technical Education (CTE) provides students of all ages with the academic and technical skills, knowledge and training necessary to succeed in future careers and to become lifelong learners. In total, about 12.5 million high school and college students are enrolled in CTE across the nation. CTE prepares these learners for the world of work by introducing them to workplace competencies, and makes academic content accessible to students by providing it in a hands-on context. In fact, the high school graduation rate for CTE concentrators is about 90% – 15 percentage points higher than the national average.

    Foundational to CTE are rigorous program standards. This section will help define what high-quality CTE looks like in the 21st century, with extended resources on the Common Career Technical Core and end of program of study standards, built on the National Career Clusters Framework®. 

    Click here for more information on CTE at careertech.org

Our CTE Programs

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    The Morris County Vocational School District offers a variety of CTE programs. We currently have:

    • Full Time Academies: 10 on the Denville Campus, 6 at other high schools (Jefferson, Morris Hills, Morris Knolls and Mountain Lakes)
    • Share Time Programs: 8 Trades programs in Denville, 3 Fundamentals programs in Denville, 2 Technical at County College of Morris and Pequannock High School
    • Adult Continuing Education: Adult Basic Skills, Full Time Trades, Career Certification

    Please click here for more information on our programs.

Awards & Recognition's

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    • Designated as a National Blue Ribbon School in 2013
    • Ranked in Newsweek Magazine’s Top High Schools in the U.S.
    • Ranked in U.S. News & World Report’s Top High Schools in the U.S.
    • Listed as one of the highest SAT scores in the State of NJ


  • 2018 teachers of the year

    Morris County School of Technology Denville Campus faculty consists of:

    • 26 Career & Technical Education Teachers
    • 45 Core Academic Teachers (inlcluding special education and infusion teachers)
    • 5 Guidance Counselors
    • 3 Child Study Team Members
    • 2 Nurses
    • 2 Structured Learning Coordinators 
    • 1 Library Media Specialist 
    • 1 Student Resource Officer 

    Four Morris County School of Technology teachers have been selected as the Morris County Teacher of the Year:

    • Lisa Adams
    • Tommy Koehler
    • Scott Malagold
    • Jennifer Skomial (2018)

    All CTE teachers have extensive industry experience or an advanced degree in the career area