Greene County Career Center District Profile
Building Ohio's Workforce Since 1967!District Information
Greene County Career Center celebrates its 51st year of offering award-winning career-technical and academic classes for high school students at its main campus and career-technical instruction in the way of satellite programs at all seven school districts in Greene County. These districts include Beavercreek City Schools, Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Local Schools, Cedar Cliff Local Schools, Fairborn City Schools, Greeneview Local Schools, Xenia Community Schools and Yellow Springs Exempted Village Schools. Additionally, Greene County Career Center also attracts a number of students coming from home-school instruction and from districts outside of the county through open enrollment agreements. Enrollment for the main campus is expected to top 650 for the 2018-19 school year. Over 1000 students across Greene County take advantage of career-technical instruction through satellite programming.
Main Campus Career-Technical Programs
Auto Collision Repair, Automotive Technology, Career X, Construction Technology, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Digital Media, Electrical Wiring and Motor Controls, Equine Science, Health Science Academy, Information Technology, Natural Resource Technology, Power Equipment Mechanics, Sports and Exercise Science, Veterinary Science and Welding and Metal Fabrication. (Equine Science and Veterinary Science labs are located at the Agricultural Research Center.)
Beavercreek (Marketing, Career-based Intervention, App Design and Development, Automation and Robotics and Flight and Space), Cedar Cliff (Agriculture Science and Business), Fairborn (Marketing and Family and Consumer Science), Greeneview (Agriculture Science and Business), Xenia (Agriculture Science and Business, Biotechnology Information Technology and Engineering Technology) and Yellow Springs (Engineering Technology).Performance Measures
Career-technical schools in Ohio are annually evaluated in the following areas: Skill Attainment, Graduation Rate, Prepared for Success and Post-Program Outcomes. A link to this page on the Ohio Department of Education web site can be reached by clicking here.Adult Education
Peace Officer Basic Training is offered by Greene County Career Center. Additionally, the school provides training for corrections officers and refresher courses for law enforcement professionals. Welding and HVAC classes are held on the main campus and are offered and marketed by Clark State Community College.