Admissions and General Information

Admissions and General Information

Admissions and General Information

Who?
Students who are enrolled in one of our four associate schools can enroll in Grant Career Center by meeting the criteria established for enrollment. Students may also directly open enroll from other school districts, provided their career center does not offer the student’s program of choice.

For more information about open enrollment, contact Grant’s Student Services Office at 513-734-6222, x3107.

Why?
Federal income data shows that career-technical graduates have predominately higher incomes than others in the general population who are the same age and have the same number of years of schooling.

When?
The school day begins at 7:52 a.m. and ends at 2:23 p.m. You spend approximately 2.5 hours per day in lab and related classroom theory. The remaining time is spent in academics. Students have 30 minutes for lunch.

How much?
There is no tuition! There are expenses such as tools, workbooks, and lab fees. Grant Career Center does not deny admission to any student with financial hardship. Financial assistance may include scholarships or grants, payment plans, or waiver of fees for qualifying students.

Where?
Grant Career Center
718 W. Plane St.
Bethel, Ohio 45106
513-734-6222
www.grantcareer.com

How do I apply?
Visit our website at www.grantcareer.com and select High School - Student Services - Registration and General Information - Apply Now to apply online! You will receive a follow-up card from us after we receive your online application.

Download an application from our website, use the one on the next page, or pick one up in your homeschool guidance office. Return the completed form to the Student Services Office at Grant Career Center.
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