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Louis Miller Terrebonne Career & Technical High School is a unique entity serving high school students from all areas of the parish.
    
Our Mission is to provide our students the opportunity to master appropriate social, vocational and communication skills as a foundation for future educational pursuits and/or to enable them to find and maintain gainful employment to enhance their quality of life. It is our purpose to develop within our students the skills required to work productively, develop positive attitudes, utilize sound decision-making processes and assume responsibility for their choices.

There is a feeling of pride in past achievements which gives us a sense of confidence that our present and future endeavors will continue to be at an acceptable level of excellence.

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To provide students the opportunity to master career and technical skills as a foundation for their future.

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Four-year college isn't only path to career readines

 We can help young people get on a pathway to success by investing in career and technical education programs.  

 Check out this story on portclintonnewsherald.com: http://usat.ly/1RxGjMu

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