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.
At Apollo Career Center you can prepare to:
- Enter the workforce after graduation or
- Continue your education in a technical college or university.
Apollo offers many career options for high school students
- Administrative and Medical Office Technology
- Automated Manufacturing Technology
- Automotive Collision Technology
- Automotive Technology
- Building and Renovations
- Computer Information Support
- Construction and Equipment Technology
- Culinary Arts
- Early Childhood Education
- Firefighting Technology
- Floral Design/Interiors
- Print and Graphics
- Health Science
- Multimedia Technology
- Spa and Esthetics Technology
- Sports Fitness and Exercise Science
- Welding and Fabrication
Integrated Math III
Integrated Math IV
Advanced Math 1
English 111 (Advanced Junior English)
English 112 (Advanced Senior English)
Contemporary World Issues
Career Based Intervention
Career Based Intervention is a one year program at Apollo. Students must have a job and provide their own transportation to be in the program. Students need to meet with their high school counselor to find out more information.
College Credits can be achieved through programs at Apollo through articulation agreements and transfer credits. Certain requirements must be achieved before credits can be granted by the colleges. Credits vary by program and by college. For more information, please visit https://www.ohiohighered.org/node/5076.
The School-to-Careers program allows students to work several days a week on the job. Academic classes are attended each day. Students work with their career tech instructor and supervisors to see if they qualify.
Students can participate in Home High School Activities depending on their schedules. These activities include athletics and other extracurricular activities of their home high schools.
Apollo serves 11 Member School Districts: Ada, Allen East, Bath, Bluffton, Columbus Grove, Elida, Hardin Northern, Perry, Shawnee, Spencerville, and Wapakoneta.
Students typically earn 7 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.
For additional information, please contact your high school counselor or Jamie Buell, Supervisor of Student Services, at 419-998-2920 or email email@example.com.