Admissions

Wondering how to become a student? It’s easier than you think!

The Medina County Career Center is recognized for high quality, innovative educational programming that provides high school students with the knowledge necessary to assure success in the high-skilled world of work and in post-secondary education.  Students learn hands-on skills on industry-approved equipment and technologies to meet the demands of today’s high standards in education and industry-driven career opportunities.  View Career Majors.

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Mrs. Sherry Koenig
Admissions Coordinator
330.725.8461 Ext. 313
330-721-0213
SKoenig@mcjvs.edu

MCCC Admissions Process

Frequently Asked Questions

College Credit

The Medina County Career Center PREPARES Students for COLLEGE and a GREAT CAREER while still in High School.  Medina County Career Center students gain the best of both worlds – technical skills and a strong academic foundation. View College Credit Options for more information.

Academics

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 technical and academic courses for athletic eligibility status.

Career Majors

The Medina County Career Center is recognized for high quality, innovative educational programming that provides high school students with the knowledge necessary to assure success in the high-skilled world of work and in post-secondary education.  Students learn hands-on skills on industry-approved equipment and technologies to meet the demands of today’s high standards in education and industry-driven career opportunities.  View Career Majors.

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.  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 ensure the information provided can not 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.

Finding Your Place

Since the Medina County Career Center has students residing in Black River, Brunswick, Buckeye, Cloverleaf, Highland, and Medina school districts, you’ll be meeting plenty of new people.  Our school has a diverse culture and plenty of students who share the same interests you do.  MCCC gives each student the opportunity to define who they are and share all they have to offer.

Student Organizations

Students attending MCCC  have the opportunity to become part of an active network of student organizations. Students can acquire the employability and leadership skills, along with the practical experiences that will give them an edge to succeed in the workforce. Activities also include participating in local, state, and national competitions.

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.

Student Fees

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 large amounts of materials or personal tools are required.  Students will also be expected to purchase uniforms and/or books if required by the academic and/or technical education course.  MCCC offers payment options for families that qualify.

Student Services

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

Selection Criteria

Students seeking enrollment must have two years of high school education prior to admission.  A student’s grades, courses, attendance, achievement and aptitude test scores are taken into consideration for acceptance.

Transportation

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

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