Director's Welcome Letter

Welcome to Daniel Morgan Technology Center (DMTC)!

It is with great pleasure that I extend a warm welcome to all new and returning members of our DMTC family. I am honored to lead this esteemed institution that focuses on empowering students for the next steps in their academic careers.

At DMTC, we take pride in offering a truly unique educational experience. Our center acts as a bridge, connecting academics to university and workforce partnerships. We are dedicated to equipping our students with the skills and knowledge they need to thrive in today's dynamic world, sparking intrigue and excitement about the opportunities that lie ahead.

As we look forward to the upcoming school year, I encourage you to explore the multitude of programs and opportunities available at DMTC. Whether you are interested in dual enrollment courses that carry AP weighting, honors courses, advanced technology, healthcare, automotive technology, or any of our other specialized fields, DMTC is committed to providing you with a comprehensive education that prepares you for success beyond our walls.

I invite you to become a part of our vibrant community of learners and educators at DMTC. Here, creativity, innovation, and collaboration are not just words, but the essence of our community. Together, we will continue to uphold the tradition of excellence that defines DMTC, fostering a strong sense of community and collaboration.

Thank you for choosing Daniel Morgan Technology Center, where we are

Powered by Students and Elevated By Professionals…Come Join Our Community!

Warm regards,

Mrs. Nikki R. Honeycutt, Ed.S, NBCT
Director, Daniel Morgan Technology Center

About Us

DMTC Mission Statement:

The mission of Daniel Morgan Technology Center is to provide students with the academic, technical, and decision-making skills needed to compete successfully at the post-secondary level, and in the global community.

DMTC Beliefs:

Without change, learning stops.
Students have the right to develop individual abilities.
Students should share in the responsibility for their own learning and personal growth.
Students should be provided with an environment conducive to learning.
Success is the result of hard work, desire, and good planning.
Students deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.
Education is a partnership among students, parents, school, community, and industry.
Students benefit from a culturally diverse educational system.
Students should prepare for training beyond high school.
Students should be shown the relationship between academic and technical knowledge and how both are essential to success in the workplace.
Students should be provided the opportunity for workplace experiences and certifications


Statement of Non-Discrimination

Spartanburg School District Three does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person(s) has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Assistant Superintendent of Pupil and Personnel Services * 3535 Clifton Glendale Road * Glendale, SC 29346 *(864)279-6000 *