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Apollo Career Center provides high school students with the skills they need to be ready!

Apollo Career Center prepares students for whatever is next after high school. With more than 20 programs, we help students discover what they love and how they can make a career out of it. Once their education is complete at Apollo, they’ll either be ready to begin their career or continue through apprenticeships, community college, the military or university.


Vision Statement

Reflect: Community-driven responsiveness
Transform: Programs and services based on market and economic factors
Lead: 21st Century skills for preparing students for a global workforce.


Apollo offers many career options for high school students:

Automotive Collision Technology
Automotive Technology
Building and Renovations
Carpentry
Computer Information Support
Construction Equipment Technology
Cosmetology
Culinary Arts
Early Childhood Education
Electricity
Firefighting Technology
Floral Design/Interiors
Print and Graphics
Health Science
Multimedia Technology
Spa and Esthetics Technology
Sports Fitness and Exercise Science
Welding and Fabrication

Academic Options

Algebra 1
Geometry
Basic STEM
Integrated Math III
Algebra 2
STEM Math
Advanced Math 1
English 111 (Advanced Junior English)
English 112 (Advanced Senior English)
English 3
English 4
Chemistry
Anatomy/Physiology
Biology
Environmental Science
Government
Psychology
Economics
World Cultures
American History
Contemporary World Issues
CE/CBI English (sophomore English)


Career Based Intervention

Career Based Intervention allows students to work several days a week on the job while they attend academic classes every day. Students work with the career tech instructor and supervisors and must check with them to see if they qualify.

Career Based Intervention is a one year program at Apollo. Students must have a job and be able to provide their own transportation to be in the program.

Students typically earn seven credits in a school year between their career program courses and academic courses. Half of their day will be in their program lab and the other half of their day will be in academic classes.

College credit can be obtained through CTags and transfer credits. Certain requirements must be achieved before credits can be granted by the colleges. Credits vary by program and by the college. For more information, please visit https://www.ohiohighered.org/node/5076.

Apollo wants you to stay involved in your high school, so we work very closely with your home school to accommodate your high school activities including athletics and other extracurricular events and activities.

For additional information, please contact your high school counselor or Jamie Buell, Supervisor of Student Services, at 419-998-2920 or email jamie.buell@apollocc.org.