Kelli Esakov
School Counselor

Serving Students in:
Black River High School; Medina High School
330.725.8461 Ext. 242

Monica Froelich
School Counselor

Serving Students in:
Buckeye High School; Cloverleaf High School;
Highland High School
330.725.8461 Ext. 268

Patrick Shaughnessy
School Counselor

Serving Students in:
Brunswick High School; Wadsworth High School
330.725.8461 Ext. 232

The Medina County Career Center (MCCC) 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.   The MCCC high school is comprised of 11th and 12th graders from six associate school districts. Students are able to choose from over 25 career-technical education majors they would like to pursue. Students have the opportunity to take college preparatory, advanced placement and college credit plus courses which are NCAA approved, while learning about a career major during their school day.  
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College Credit Options

MCCC School Code: 363-357

Students should test in the Spring of their Junior year and Seniors should retest in October.

You must check to see if the school(s) where you are applying require the written portion of the ACT. It is highly recommended that you take the writing select of the ACT. You may register online at

View Test Dates.  You may register online at

Graduation Requirements
The graduation requirements vary for each associate (home) school. Below are links to each associate school’s guidance department or main webpage. For additional information, please contact your MCCC guidance counselor.

Steps to Applying to College
  1. Register for/complete testing such as the ACT, the SAT (including New Writing Component) and SAT Subject tests.
  2. Decide where to attend – This may sound elementary, but many students put this off until the last minute. There are many advantages to making this decision early. Pay close attention to deadlines!
  3. Schedule a visit – Sit down with the admissions and financial aid experts. They are the best source of information when it comes to their college.
  4. Apply – Students will not be considered for scholarships or federal financial aid until they are accepted into the college. Most colleges have a deadline for scholarships and if a student is not accepted by that date then they will not qualify.
  5. Search for Scholarships/Grants – Beginning the Fall of your Senior year, conduct scholarship searches and research scholarship opportunities announced by your counselor. Be sure to check this page often, new scholarships and grants are posted monthly.
  6. Begin Financial Aid process – To prepare to apply for federal student aid, both the student and at least one parent/guardian need to register for a personal identification number at  The PIN is required initially to electronically sign your online FAFSA and to later access your information. online test preparation courses are totally free! By creating an account you can access a customized course that includes user-friendly tutorials, practice sessions that dynamically adapt to each student’s ability level, a vocabulary builder, and more… Enroll

Additional Information and Resources

Correspondence Courses
Student needing to make up lost credit may be able to register for a correspondence course through their counselor.  Credits obtained without prior approval will be denied.

Ohio Department of Higher Education
Thinking about starting at a community college to later transfer to complete your degree?  Visit the Ohio Department of Higher Education website to find information about transferring credits.

Do MCCC College Credits Transfer?
Transferology is a nation-wide network designed to help students explore their college transfer options. Our goal is to save students time and money by providing a quick, intuitive way of getting their college transfer credit questions answered.

What Can I Do With This Major?
Whether you are exploring multiple majors or searching for information about your chosen field, this site will help you connect majors to careers.

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Scholarships, College information, Jobs & Internships
A student guide to financial aid information
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