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Welcome to Four County Career Center. We specialize in experienced-based education that prepares students to excel in college, secondary school, and a range of careers. We offer an experience like no other high school in Northwest Ohio.

At Four County Career Center

  • Experience is everything! Enjoy a safe, fun, dynamic, and caring environment where you are treated like an adult and encouraged to succeed.
  • Get a jumpstart on college! Earn valuable college credits in high school.
  • Do more! Prepare for immediate employment and further education while in high school.

Information You Need to Know....

Students must be enrolled in one of our 22 associate high schools or an approved home schooling program to qualify for enrollment in a career & technical program.  Applicants must be entering their third year of high school, with no less than eight credits.  Five of the eight credits must be from the following core courses:  English, math, science, social studies, health, and physical education.  An application must be signed by the student's parents/guardians and associate school counselor prior to submitting it to Four County.  In the absence of pre-requisites for a program, students will be placed according to GPA, attendance, and counselor recommendation.

Notice to Parents

The Ohio Department of Education (ODE) is a defendant in a federal lawsuit. Our school district is not a party in the lawsuit. It has come to our attention that ODE will be releasing personal information about our students, and we want to ensure that you are aware of this release so you can take any steps you find appropriate. While the district has no legal power to stop this release, please be assured that per the court order student names, addresses, and Social Security numbers will not be part of what ODE releases. Please review the notice from ODE and direct any questions regarding this matter to the Ohio Department of Education at 877-644-6338.

Click here to view documents:  Lawsuit Notice to Parents     Letter from State Board of Education of Ohio