The Medina County Career Center PREPARES Students for COLLEGE and a GREAT CAREER while still in High School. MCCC students gain the best of both worlds – technical skills and a strong academic foundation.
Over 90% of our graduates plan on continuing their education. Many of these students will have an advantage over their peers, not only because of their technical background, but also because they will have college credits BEFORE they get to college.
College Credit Opportunities
Medina County Career Center students have many opportunities to earn college credit while in high school. Participation in the college credit options are dependent upon meeting state-mandated requirements.
MCCC students earn college credit and high school credit simultaneously. Through our partnership with Lorain County Community College (LCCC), Medina County Career Center students are able to take college classes on-site.
Current Medina County Career Center students:
Watch CCP videoon the rules/regulations for both the college and the MCCC to understand the student’s/parent’s responsibilities regarding the benefits and risks of participating in CCP.
Complete the REQUIRED CCP Forms for Participation, including: Acknowledgement of Counseling Form, Letter of Intent to Participate in College Credit Plus, Course Request Form, and the LCCC College Credit Plus Application. Students must return all required forms to their MCCC school counselor as soon as possible or at minimum by the deadlines provided: Letter of Intent to Participate due no later than April 1 and LCCC College Credit Plus Application due no later than April 15.
If necessary, student will sign up to take the ACT, SAT or LCCC’s ACCUPLACER assessment test to earn college ready scores for CCP admission.
Future Medina County Career Center students:
Follow your home high school’s policies and procedures for participating in CCP.
Complete and return the CCP Intent to Participate form to your high school counselor by the April 1 deadline. After April 1, students must obtain permission from the high school principal to participate in College Credit Plus.
During the scheduling meeting in the spring, talk to your MCCC counselor about any other steps you need to complete.
The Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathways enable students to streamline credit transfer among the state’s public institutions of higher education to find the best pathways to degree completion and launch successful careers.
MCCC offers AP course to qualifying students. To receive college credit for AP scores, students request the College Board send an official score report to the college of choice. After receiving the scores, the college will notify the student about any credit, advanced placement, and/or course exemptions earned.
MCCC has articulation agreements with numerous colleges and universities. They are official guarantees that CTE Majors completed at MCCC will be accepted when a student transfers to a college or university to pursue a specific degree program.
Please visit CTE Majors to review program-specific articulation agreements.