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Superintendent Search Survey

Click here to view and/or print the Superintendent Search Survey

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Notice to Bidders

click here to view the Notice to Bidders document regarding the CNC Manufacturing and Automotive Technologies Project

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Senior Awards Ceremony

The KCCC High School Senior Awards Ceremony took place on May 22 at 7:00pm in the Mount Vernon Nazarene University Chapel. Congratulations Seniors! Visit the Photo Gallery located on the High School home page to view pictures of the event.

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Happy Birthday!

The KCCC Family would like to offer a hardy Happy 80th Birthday wish to our Board President Richard McLarnan. We appreciate your support and dedication to our school! The picture to the left was taken during the 2013 Festival of Lights event hosted in our Children’ s Garden.

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Class of 2014

Check out the opportunities you can take advantage of in the KCCC Adult Education Programs once you finish your High School career. Talk to your counselor for details. Financial Aid is available to those who qualify.

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Spring Flower Sales

The KCCC Greenhouse will open on Monday April 14 for spring flower sales. Hours of operation are 8:30am – 2:30pm Mon – Fri.

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One Million Dollars to KCCC!

On Friday January 31, The Knox County Career Center received a $1,000,000 donation from the Ariel Corporation for the purpose of re-tooling their Machine Manufacturing Lab. Governor John Kasich, Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Richard Ross, local dignitaries, the KCCC School Board, staff and students were present to witness the generous donation made by Ariel… Read more »

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Business of the Year!

On January 10, the Knox County Career Center was honored as the “Business of the Year” at the 98th Annual Knox County Chamber Awards Dinner. The dinner was hosted on the campus of Kenyon College. KCCC is proud and honored to serve all Knox County communities.

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Here We Grow Again!

A fourth building is now under construction at the Knox County Career Center. This new building is needed to house our expanding ROTC and Sports Medicine programs. To view pictures of the building progress visit the photo Gallery located on the High School home page.