Northwest Ohio Regional Tech Prep Center
Phone: (419) 995-8811
Office: 211 Keese Hall
Tech Prep is a national initiative that combines college prep academics with a high technology career focus. Students take high level math, science and communications courses, along with their technical classes, in order to prepare for targeted career pathways. After completing a high school program, College Tech Prep students make a smooth transition into associates and bachelors degree programs.
Depending on the specific College Tech Prep program, students who choose to attend Rhodes State College can save hundreds of dollars on tuition costs by earning Advanced Standing credits while in high school. High School students already enrolled in a College Tech Prep program should see their school counselor about Advanced Standing credits at Rhodes State College.
All tech prep students successfully completing their program are eligible to receive a $1,000 scholarship. Students who have maintained a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA are eligible to renew the $1,000 scholarship for a second year. The scholarship is split between two academic semesters–fall and spring.
College Tech Prep Programs
The Northwest Ohio Regional Tech Prep Center serves high schools throughout northwest Ohio, including those in the following career-technical planning districts: Apollo, Lima City Schools, Millstream Career Compact, Ohio Hi Point, Tri-Star Career Compact, and Vantage.
Check with your high school or career center for specific programs in these areas:
- Agriculture & Environmental Systems
- Arts & Communications
- Business & Administrative Services
- Construction Technologies
- Education & Training
- Engineering & Science Technologies
- Health Science
- Information Technology
- Manufacturing Technologies