Secondary Programs

Enrollment
The Scioto County Career Technical Center is designed to provide students with marketable skills so they are better prepared to enter the workforce.

Who is eligible to attend the Scioto County Career Technical Center?
High school students who have successfully completed the 10th or 11th grade are eligible to complete an application.

How many credits do Scioto County Career Technical Center students earn during the 11th and 12th grades?

Eleventh Grade   Twelfth Grade
English1English1
Math1Math1
Science1Science1
Social Studies1Social Studies1
Lab3Lab3
Total7Total7


Do Scioto County Career Technical Center students graduate from their home school?
Yes, each Scioto County Career Technical Center student will graduate from his/her home school if the student meets all graduation requirements.

What do Scioto County Career Technical Center students receive for successfully completing a vocational program?
Students who have attended a one or two-year program, and completed all vocational requirements, may be eligible for one of three levels of the Ohio Vocational Certificate, along with a "Career Passport" that documents his/her accomplishments.

Can I attend college or a technical school if I complete a career technical program and graduate from my high school?
Yes, each year many Scioto County Career Technical Center students attend colleges and technical schools. In fact, students can:
  • Enter the work force with skills learned in a vocational t raining program
  • Enter post-high school training at a technical school
  • Attend a college or university
  • Join a branch of the military

How do I enroll in a Scioto County Career Technical Center program?
Enrollment involves the student's home school and the Scioto County Career Technical Center student services office.
  • Discuss your career plans and the available Scioto County Career Technical Center programs with your high school counselor.
  • Obtain an application from your home school counselor or the Scioto County Career Technical Center student services office.
  • Complete the application form and return to your high school counselor.
  • Scioto County Career Technical Center student services will notify your high school concerning your acceptance into a career technical program.
  • Upon acceptance, information will be provided regarding starting date, school schedule, tools, uniforms, and lab fees.

The Scioto County Career Technical Center Board of Education and its staff are dedicated to providing equal opportunity. No student or employee of the Scioto County Career Technical Center shall, on the basis of gender, race, color, national origin, disability, religion or age, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal assistance as provided by Title IX.

For more infonnation, call or see your home school counselor or contact Scioto County Career Technical Center counselors, Julie Ramey or Nancy Bloomfield.


Available Programs

Business Office
Medical Office Management

Construction Technologies
Building & Property Maintenance
Carpentry
Electrical Trades
Masonry
Industrial Maintenance

Law and Public Safety
Criminal Justice

Health and Human Services
Care and Guidance of Children
Cosmetology / Hair Design
Culinary and Food Service Operations

Health Science
Health Technology Tech Prep
Dental Assisting / Tech Prep

Engineering and Science
Engineering Technology / Energy Science

Information Technology
Information Technology / Tech Prep

Manufacturing Technology
Welding

Trade and Industry
Auto Body
Auto Technology


 
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