Medina County was ranked number one in College and Career Readiness according to a recent report released by the Thomas B. Fordham Institute.
“We are beyond proud to part of this county-wide success,” said Steven Chrisman, superintendent of the Medina County Career Center (MCCC). “We work closely with our staff, industry-professionals, businesses and sending districts to ensure we are providing quality technical and academic education that will prepare our students for success at the college level and into their careers.”
Every day nearly 1,000 high school students attend MCCC to take advantage of one of its 25+ advanced career technical programs that encompass industry certifications. MCCC also provides college-prep academics, including AP and dual enrollment, as well as electives. The Adult Education division is a proud member of the University System of Ohio. Adult graduates of full-time programs receive college credit and opportunity to earn industry-recognized licensure.
The Mountain Ahead: A Report on the College and Career Readiness of Ohio Students analyzes publicly available data produced by the Ohio Department of Education about pupil readiness for college and career.
To learn more about college and career opportunities, please visit www.mcjvs.edu.