Taking the FIRST Step...
Wondering how to become a student? It's easier than you think!
Visit MCCC during our Sophomore Visitation, Jan 27 - 28, 2015
Attend a MCCC Open House, Jan. 29 or Feb. 4, 2015
Mr. Chris Kalina
Four Ways to Apply to MCCC
1. Apply Online on a Secure Server - Note: Applications are no longer being accepted for the 2014-2015 school year. Applications for the 2015-2015 school year will begin in February, 2015
2. US Mail or FAX Admissions Application to the Medina County Career Center Admissions Office. Please ensure the completed form includes signatures of both the student and parent/guardian. You may fax the application to: 330.725.5870
3. Contact MCCC Admissions Coordinator:
Chris Kalina Ext. 313
330.725.8461 or 866.896.MCCC
4. Contact your guidance counselor at your home school
The Career Center PREPARES Students for COLLEGE and a GREAT CAREER while still in High School. Medina County Career Center students gain the best of both worlds – technical skills and a strong academic foundation. View our College Partnerships for more information.
Online Student Information/Emergency Medical Authorization
Already accepted to the Medina County Career Center High School? Parents/Guardians must complete the Online Student Emergency Medical Form. This information is required for both new and current students and includes emergency contact information, parking permit application and more. All information you provide is secure to ensure the information provided can not be read or intercepted by other Internet users.
Please have your student's medical and emergency contact information ready. For students applying for a Parking Permit, please have your vehicle information on hand: Vehicle make, model, year, driver's license number and license plate number.
Parents/Guardians may also complete this form at the High School Information Center located in front of the MCCC high school office.
Finding Your Place
Since the Medina County Career Center has students residing in Black River, Brunswick, Buckeye, Cloverleaf, Highland, and Medina school districts, you'll be meeting plenty of new people. Our school has a diverse culture and plenty of students who share the same interests you do. MCCC gives each student the opportunity to define who they are and share all they have to offer.
Stay Active in your Home School
All students are encouraged to be involved in their home school and MCCC actitvities. We have many students who participate in sports, band, NHS, drama club, homecoming court, and other extracurricular activities. Counselors from your home school visit the Medina County Career Center regularly to keep you up-to-date on everything going on there.
No tuition is charged for district residents attending while enrolled in high school. The Medina County Career Center will provide most equipment and materials used for daily instruction; however, students may be asked to pay a fee if large amounts of materials or personal tools are required. Students will also be expected to purchase uniforms and/or books if required by the academic and/or technical education course. MCCC offers payment options for families that qualify.
Students seeking enrollment must have two years of high school education prior to admission. A student's grades, courses, attendance, achievement and aptitude test scores are taken into consideration for acceptance.
The associate schools provide busing to and from the Medina County Career Center for students. Students who prefer to drive must register their cars with the MCCC office and display a parking permit on the windshield.