Grant Career Center is located in Bethel, Ohio, and first opened its doors in 1976.
Currently, Grant Career Center offers 14 career technical programs on its main campus, along with 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 high school 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 offers the following opportunities for students seeking short-time classes that will lead to gainful employment, including our Nurse Assistant Training Program (STNA), Phlebotomy Technician, EKG Technician, OSHA-30 Training, NCCER - Core, NCCER - Level I Carpentry, Emergency Medical Technician (Basic and Advanced), 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!
- Grant is rated one of Ohio's top 5 schools in academic achievement and post-graduation success.
- 74% of academic teachers have advanced degrees; 100% of technical teachers are experts in their specialties, have close ties with industry. They all love to teach!
- Approximately 40% of our graduates pursue post-secondary education.
- All graduates are prepared for skilled employment or apprenticeships.
- Grant's training and placement services are available to graduates throughout their working lives.
- Classes are small, usually fewer than 24 students to one teacher.
- Students participate in sports and other activities at their home schools while at Grant.
- Grant students participate in a Career Technical Student Organization that offers opportunities for travel and participation in regional, state, and national competitions.
- Keith W. Boys Conference Center provides a command control podium with computer and other technology, full access to the Internet, and a 25-station computer resource lab.
- Hands-on learning using state-of-the-art equipment!
- Grant students operate a salon and a full-service restaurant.