Enrollment Services

The Medina County Career Center prepares students for college, a career, the military, or wherever their paths may lead.  Students can begin earning college credit and industry certifications while preparing for today’s highly skilled technical occupations.  Discover which career-technical or STEM based program is right for you:  View Career Majors

Questions?  Call Christopher Kalina at 330.721.0213


  • Over 25 Programs
  • Over 35 Industry Credentials
  • Over 95% Post-Program Placement
  • Over 90% Post-Secondary Educational Pursuit
    • Four-Year Colleges: 53.29%
    • Two-Year Colleges: 23.24%
    • Technical Schools: 14.08%

College Credit

Ohio’s new College Credit Plus program can help students earn college and high school credits at the same time. These courses are free while in high school. The MCCC offers several College Credit Plus options.

Nearly all MCCC Career Majors have articulation agreements in place for students to earn college credit for free while enrolled. An articulation agreement means students can seamlessly carry college credit on to the college partner for free and continue their education after high school. View College Credit Options for more information.


The Medina County Career Center offers a broad range of college-prep academics, electives, and college courses. Both the Ohio Department of Education and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) approved the Medina County Career Center’s technical and academic courses for athletic eligibility status.

Career Majors

Choose from more than 25 majors that prepare high school students for college, a career, and/or the military. Discover which career-technical or STEM based program is right for you: View Career Majors

Industry Certifications / Credentials

Microsoft, State Tested Nursing Assistant, ASE, Emergency Medical Technician, NCCER, and Adobe are just a few of the more than 35 industry based certifications MCCC students can earn tuition free while in high school, saving thousands of dollars in post-secondary education.

How much does it cost to attend the MCCC?

No tuition is charged for district residents attending while enrolled in high school.  The Medina County Career Center will provide most equipment and materials used for daily instruction; however, students may be asked to pay a fee if uniforms or personal tools are required.  The MCCC offers payment options for families that qualify.

Stay Active in your Home School

All students are encouraged to be involved in their home school and MCCC activities.  We have many students who participate in sports, band, NHS, drama club, homecoming court, and other extracurricular activities.

Counselors from your home school visit the Medina County Career Center regularly to keep you up-to-date on everything going on there.

Honors Diploma

Career Center students are entitled to, and earn, all the same academic achievements that are available at their high school, including: Honors Diploma, Scholarships, Honor/Merit Rolls, National Honor Society, etc.

Student Services

Learn more about the available student services including career assessment, counseling, medical, and support services here.


The associate schools provide busing to and from the Medina County Career Center.  Students who prefer to drive must register their cars with the MCCC Central Supply office and display a parking permit on the windshield.

Online Student Information/Emergency Medical Authorization

Already accepted to the Medina County Career Center High School?  Parents/Guardians must complete the Online Student Emergency Medical Form in PowerSchool.  This information is required for both new and current students and includes emergency contact information, parking permit application and more.  All information you provide is secure to help ensure the information provided cannot be read or intercepted by other internet users.

Please have your student’s medical and emergency contact information ready.  For students applying for a Parking Permit, please have your vehicle information on hand:  Vehicle make, model, year, driver’s license number and license plate number.

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