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Compact Career Catalog 2015-16 read
Message from the Executive Director read
Visitation Day Schedule 2015 read
Orientation Day Schedule 2015 read

The college credits as identified in the Compact Career Catalog for 2015-16 may vary from the printed information based on on-going discussions with the Ohio Department of Education and the Ohio Board of Regents.

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Online Enrollment begins February 2, 2015.

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Parents and Students: Opportunities to visit College Tech Prep Initiative
Cuyahoga Falls: February 12 Career Night
Hudson: Parents should contact Mrs. Montecalvo
Kent: February 12 (Conversation with Parents); 6:30 p.m.
Stow-Munroe Falls: February 19; 6:00 p.m.
Tallmadge: February 25; 7:00 p.m.
Woodridge: February 12; 7:00 p.m.

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New College Tech Prep Initiatives

Criminal Justice

This NEW College Tech Prep initiative, located at Cuyahoga Falls High School, will offer students opportunities to gain knowledge of the American Criminal Justice System and Police Work and Practice in Public Safety. Areas of concentration available for Level II will include Computer Digital Forensics or Emergency Management and Homeland Security. College credits available.

Computer-Aided Design and Engineering Technologies (CADET)

In this NEW College Tech Prep initiative, students will use the latest industry standard software and equipment to produce working drawings, 3D solid model designs, parts and assemblies. Located at Roosevelt High School, students will also have the opportunity to program and operate CNC machines (router, lathe, mill) to produce manufactured products using wood, metal, and plastic. Students will also operate rapid prototype machines (3D printer) and laser engraver in fabricating various engineered and designed products. College credits available.

Programming and Software Development

This NEW College Tech Prep initiative is located at Stow-Munroe Falls High School. Learners apply principles of computer programming and software development to develop code; build, test, and debug programs; create finished products; and plan, analyze, design, develop, implement, and support software applications. Areas will prepare students for careers using technical and academic skills to design, develop, test, document, implement and maintain computer software. College credits available.

Athletic Health Care and Fitness Newsletter read
Business Pathway Newsletter read
Construction Newsletter read
Culinary Arts and Catering Newsletter read
Engineering Academy Newsletter read
Forestry and Landscape Management Newsletter read
IT Academy Newsletter read
International Business Academy Newsletter read
Preschool/Daycare Newsletter read
Teaching Professions Newsletter read



Justin Doty, 2009 completer and Roosevelt graduate, is working as a seasonal Park Ranger for the U.S. National Park Service in Colorado.

In addition, he is studying for a bachelor’s degree in Land Use Environmental Resources at Metropolitan State University of Denver and living in Golden, CO.

TJ Krusinski, a 2009 completer of the IT Academy from Hudson, is now a business entrepreneur in Florida.

Along with his business partner Stephen Bowles, Krusinski developed Shoflo, a browser-based digital cue sheet application.
By the time Rick Carson was 14, he knew he wanted to be a master chef.

Now the owner and Executive Chef of Nosh Eatery in Hudson, Carson continues to create unusual dishes with a global influence for his restaurant and catering business while also getting involved in local organic farming at Nosh Gardens.




Hayley Walton, a 2009 Tallmadge graduate, tells current students that College Tech Prep classes “will be unbelievably helpful to you in the future.”

The Ohio State University Business Administration graduate says, “No matter what you plan on doing in college, whether it’s business or not, you will need a basic understanding of Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Familiarizing yourself with these programs in high school will make it much easier for you in the long run.”