The Medina County Career Center (MCCC) will begin accepting applications Thursday, January 30, 2020, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. during the First Chance Application Night event at the MCCC campus. A second application event is scheduled for Wednesday, February 5, 2020, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., also at the MCCC campus. These events are the first opportunity students will have to apply for the 2020-2021 school year. The online application will be available through our website beginning February 6, 2020. Students are strongly encouraged to apply as early as possible as space is limited.
THE MCCC ADVANTAGE
25+ Career Majors / 35+ Industry Credentials
Take advantage of the chance to experience a career major AND make an informed decision regarding continuing that career path in college (a much less expensive option than changing majors).
College Credit and the MCCC
Ohio’s new College Credit Plus program can help qualified students earn transferable college credit for academic classes without having to take AP courses or leaving school during the day to go to a college campus. College Credit Plus courses are taught by college-certified instructors at the MCCC campus.
Beyond CCP: Nearly all MCCC Career Majors have articulation agreements for students to earn college credit IN THEIR MAJOR. An articulation agreement means students can seamlessly carry college credit to the university level for free.
View College Credit Options for more information.
The Medina County Career Center offers a broad range of college-prep academics, electives, and college courses.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has approved the MCCC academic courses for athletic eligibility status.
Industry Certifications / Credentials
Microsoft, State Tested Nursing Assistant, ASE, Emergency Medical Technician, NCCER, and Adobe are just a few of the 35 industry based certifications MCCC students can earn tuition free while in high school, saving thousands of dollars in post-secondary education.
No tuition is charged for district residents attending while enrolled in high school. The MCCC provides most equipment and materials; however, some majors require that students purchase individual supplies, uniforms and/or books. The MCCC offers payment options for families that qualify
The associate schools provide busing to and from the MCCC. Students may also drive after registering their vehicle and purchasing a parking permit.
Students are encouraged to continue participating in associate school athletics and extra-curricular activities. When possible, students are excused from class for these commitments..
Graduation / Honors
Students graduate and receive their high school diploma and transcripts from their associate school. The Career-Technical Honors Diploma is available for high-achieving students who qualify. Talk to an MCCC counselor for more information.
Learn more about the available student services including career assessment, counseling, medical, and support services here.
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.
If you need additional information or would like to visit the school, please call Christopher Kalina at 330.721.0213 / CKalina@mcjvs.edu