Grant Career Center is located in Bethel, Ohio, and first opened its doors in 1976.
Currently, Grant Career Center offers 12 career technical programs on the main campus and 2 additional programs located in two associate schools: Biotechnology (Bethel-Tate High School) and Information Technology (Williamsburg High School). In addition, Grant offers Foundation courses in Pre-Engineering and Information Technology at Bethel-Tate High School and New Richmond Middle and High Schools.
Most Grant Career Center students live in one of four associate school districts: Bethel-Tate, Felicity-Franklin, New Richmond, and Williamsburg. Junior and senior students who live outside of these four school districts may also attend Grant through open enrollment.
Senior students have the opportunity to work with local business partners, providing them with the opportunity to utilize the skills they have learned onsite. Many are hired upon graduation. Employers know that Grant graduates are professional and reliable.
Our Adult Education Division now offers three full-time programs: Cosmetology, Patient Care, and Welding. More programs are coming in the future. In addition, several part-time programs are available, including our Nurse Assistant Training Program (STNA), Phlebotomy Technician, EKG Technician, OSHA-30 Training, NCCER - Core, NCCER - Level I Carpentry, Emergency Medical Technician, and Firefighter I Training.
In addition, we offer short-term enrichment classes twice a year, in the Fall and Winter.
Whether you are a high school student or an adult student, we prepare you for local job opportunities!