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
- Floral Design/Interiors
- Print and Graphics
- Health Science
- Multimedia Technology
- Spa and Esthetics Technology
- Sports Fitness and Exercise Science
- Welding and Fabrication
Integrated Math II
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 cooperative program for students who are at least 16 years old. Students attend school part of the day and work part of the day.
College Credit-Apollo has signed agreements with several local colleges which have agreed to grant actual college credits for some courses offered at Apollo. This gives our students a head start if they choose to go on to college after graduation.
Placement and School-to-Career Services-Apollo has a very active school-to-careers and placement office. Our staff has strong relationships with many area businesses and has had great success finding job leads for our graduates in their chosen careers. Local employers have been very happy with our graduates.
Home High School Activities-Depending on their schedules, students at Apollo can participate in the athletic and other extracurricular activities of their home high schools. Application-Most students apply to attend Apollo during their sophomore year. Application forms, as well as additional information, can be obtained through the high school guidance counselors. You may also call the Apollo Admissions Office for information.
Apollo Career Center provides training for 11 area high schools including: Ada, Allen East, Bath, Bluffton, Columbus Grove, Elida, Hardin Northern, Perry, Shawnee, Spencerville, Wapakoneta.