Empowering students to explore careers while meeting their Graduation Pathway requirements!
Central Nine provides it's services to it's nine partner schools in Johnson and Marion County. All enrollment is done through those residential school districts.
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Students have twenty-seven programs, in seven different areas of study to chose from. These professional programs offer college credit, certification, and other resume advancement opportunities.
Central Nine Career Center is dedicated to providing its local high school students with life changing educational experiences that prepare them for high school Graduation Pathways and lead them to the workforce and college as informed, innovative, and professional citizens with career goals.
As a community leader, Central Nine is renowned for nurturing student potential by providing high school students with an affordable higher level of education and has been repeatedly recognized for its efforts in building up the workforce of trained and distinguished young people. Central Nine is proud of its dedication to high quality career and technical education (CTE) programs and is actively enhanced by utilizing collegiate partnerships, providing the best college and career value in education. Most of Central Nine’s twenty-seven dynamic professional programs offer college dual credit and/or certifications that advance students education and career possibilities.
Central Nine’s top priority is to empower students to meet their Graduation Pathways while also guiding them towards a career in an unique and innovative classroom environment. After enrolling through one of Central Nine’s partner schools, students attend their selected program during either the morning or afternoon session every weekday.
Total dual credits earned in 2017-2018 = 4506
Cost Per credit at ivy tech (fall 2018) = $140.61
Enrolling in a Central Nine Program means taking part in Career and Technical Education (CTE). This provides students with the opportunity to meet their Graduation Pathway requirements, earn college credit, and prepare for their career!
Below is the Indiana graduation rate of students who took at least six credits in a CTE Pathway (2014-2015 data from 2016 Career Readiness Report)