• Veterinary Science Team Honored at Greene County Report to the Community

    Veterinary Science students Makayla Dean, Gavin Estes, Laura Lewis and Shelby White were honored as Greene County Achievers at the Greene County Annual Report to the Community held at Beavercreek Golf Club. The team placed second in the nation at the FFA Big E competition in the animal science career development event in Springfield, Massachusetts.

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  • Adult Peace Office Basic Training Grads Sworn-In as Officers

    Congratulations to our adult Peace Office Basic Training graduates who have recently been sworn in as law enforcement officers in the region. They are Chris Sopher, Jared Bond and Timothy Pugh in Fairborn; Cole Piatt in Mechanicsburg; Caleb Brown in Sabina; John Bolton and Andrew Hull in Cedarville; Anthony Mountjoy and Eugene Long in Aberdeen; Christopher Webb and Shawn Elliott in Higginsport; Samuel Fullen at Grandview Medical Center; and Easton VonHolle in Morrow.

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  • Power Equipment Juniors Fare Well at FFA CDE

    Juniors Tim Deitner, Alex Grizzle and Aaron Blumenstock from Power Equipment Mechanics recently placed third in FFA District 9 in outdoor power and seventh in the state in agricultural mechanics skills in separate career development skill events.

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  • Madison Robinson, Shelby Shouse Lead HOSA Competitors

    Seniors Health Science students Shelby Shouse and Madison Robinson have advance to the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) national competition thanks to second and third place finishes, respectively at the recent state event.

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  • Dairy and Poultry Teams Place at FFA Event

    Nine Xenia High School FFA members competed at the State FFA Competitions on April 2 in Columbus. The dairy products team of Wade Hutchison, Brady Harris, Haley Harris, and Kelley Grubb finished 17th in the state overall.

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  • Micah Gates Places in Top 10 at BPA State Event

    Information Technology student Micah Gates placed in the top 10 at the Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference in the advanced word processing skills competition. He is a senior from Xenia High School! Richard Kayser teaches the IT program at GCCC.

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  • Welding Fabricates Bike Racks for City of Xenia

    A partnership between GCCC's Welding program, the City of Xenia and Twist, Inc. resulted in the installation of 12 custom-built bike racks in Xenia. Representing GCCC were Welding juniors Dakota Fout (Beavercreek), Matthew Meyers (Xenia) and Steven Shively (Xenia) and senior Jacob Loper (Enon). Mike Thompson is the program's teacher.

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  • Fall Quarter Honor Roll Announced

    Students who have achieved excellence in their career-technical program and academic classes are honored quarterly with honor roll status. Click through to see the list of students who earned such recognition for Fall Quarter, 2015.

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