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Career Center News
Parent-Teacher Conferences Nov. 10
Parent-teacher conferences are Nov. 10 from 3:45-7 p.m.  Parents can register online at 
Community/Alumni Open House Set for Nov. 4
Greene County Career Center will host an open house for all community members and alumni on Nov. 4 from 4-7 p.m.  The event will allow voters who approved a bond issue in 2018 a chance to witness the state‚Äôs newest training center.  A food truck rally will also be held in the parking lot during the evening.    The event is free and open to the public. For more information, email [email protected].

Masks Required Beginning Sept. 1
Effective Wednesday, September 1, 2021, all students and staff on GCCC’s main campus will be expected to wear masks during the school day.  Please ensure that students are reminded of this and that is it is expected in all classrooms and labs excepting lab spaces where mask removal for other equipment use or safety reasons is appropriate to the respective industry. We will continue to monitor information and will adjust either direction as safety needs dictate or allow.   Thank  you to our students and parents for their support and patience.
Start of School and COVID Info Posted
A start of school letter and COVID information has been posted. Find it under our COVID link under the Parents/Students link or click here.
Uniform Ordering

Kyle McClain Wins Logo Competition
The junior Digital Design and Development class was challenged by the Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce to come up with a new logo for the Women In Business group.  Kyle McClain (Xenia High School) won the competition with the logo posted here. Shannon Webster and Donna Saraga from the chamber were on campus to present all who participated with a bag of items donated from various Xenia businesses, including a glass engraved with the new logo. Congrats to Mr. Mack, his juniors, and especially Kyle McClain!  


Post-Secondary Advancement

Typically, 60 percent of Greene County Career Center completers advance to some kind of post-secondary training.


The Class of 2020 earned $546,000 in Tech Prep Scholarships toward Sinclair Community College and Clark State Community College.

Industry Credentials

During the 2019-20 school year, our students earned 616 industry credentials including professional certifications.
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