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FAQ

All enrollment is done through each students school counselor. 

To enroll in a Central Nine program, start by identifying where you live. All enrollment is done through each student’s residential school district.

Local District: Students attending a local school district, simply contact their specific high school counselor. See below for full list of partner high schools.

Johnson County: Whiteland Community, Indian Creek, Center Grove, Franklin Community, and Greenwood High School.

Marion County: Beech Grove, Franklin Central, Perry Meridian, and Southport High School.

Central Nine likes to welcome as many students as possible. Students who attend private, charter, or home schools are welcome to attend Central Nine, but will need to enroll through one of our partner school districts as a part-time student. Individuals who are interested in learning more about this process should contact one of the Central Nine Student Service Coordinators.

Students are responsible for paying the Technology and Student Fee. 

Total cost is $21.00

 

Individual programs may require uniforms or supplies at the students expense.  

Students attend Central Nine either in the morning or afternoon session of every weekday. 

Some students drive from their High School to this campus but most use the bus transportation provided by their school. 

YES! 

Every Central Nine student is required to display their assigned identification card at all times, especially when entering the building. Every student will need to go though an ID check to be able to enter.

Students who have lost or forgotten their ID will receive a temporary one for the day. After three temporary ID’s have been issued, the student will receive ISS as a disciplinary action. 

Students and/or parents need to call Central Nine within a 24 hour period to report the absence so that the student is not marked as truant.

If a student is absent they are required to call Central Nine as well as their high school. 

Reporting the absence to their high school does NOT mean they are excused from Central Nine.

Please call 317-888-4401 ext 265 to report an absence. 

Students can qualify for an excused absence by:  

  • Participating in a job shadow experience 
  • attending a college visit 
  • attending a funeral 
  • attending documented medical appointments 
  • or other circumstances approved by admin 
YES! 

Central Nine provides students with many additional opportunities such as: 

  • The Governors Work Ethic Certificate 
  • NTHS 
  • HOSA 
  • SkillsUSA
  • FFA
  • BPA
  • FCCLA 
  • and ProStart 
CONTACT THE NINE LINE
Call or Text:  317-300-4182

The Nine line is a way to anonymously report bullying or suspicious or unlawful activity at Central Nine Career Center.  

Messages will be checked and addressed within 24 hours. 

For emergencies, dial 911, or contact Central Nine Career Center at 317-888-4401
CTE is Career and Technical Education and  Central Nine is proud of its dedication to high quality career and technical education!

Check out the IDOE website for more information. 

The Indiana Association of Career & Technical Education Districts has released a new “I Am CTE” video to provide information to parents and students about the great opportunities students should take advantage of while in high school.  For further questions, please feel free to contact your Johnson and Marion county Student Service Coordinators. 

Partner Schools

Central Nine is proud to provide it’s services to it’s nine schools in Johnson and Marion County!

Johnson County: Whiteland Community, Indian Creek, Center Grove, Franklin Community, and Greenwood High School.

Marion County: Beech Grove, Franklin Central, Perry Meridian, and Southport High School.

Full list of Programs

Construction & Landscape 
  • Construction Trades
  • HVAC
  • Landscape Management
Health Science
  • Health Science I
  • Health Science II: Athletic Training / Exercise Science
  • Health Science II: Medical Assisting
  • Health Science II: Nursing
  • PLTW Biomedical Science
  • Dental Careers
  • Veterinary Careers
Human Services
  • Cosmetology
  • Culinary Arts
  • Early Childhood Education
    IT & Interactive Media
    • Computer Science II: Programming
    • Computer Tech Support
    • Visual Communications
    • Work Based Learning
    Manufacturing
    • Welding Technology
    • Precision Machining
    Protective Services
    • Criminal Justice
    • Emergency Medical Services
    • Fire and Rescue
    Transportation
    • Auto Collision Repair
    • Auto Service Technology
    • Aviation Maintenance
    • Aviation Operations
    • Diesel Service Technology
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    June 4th, 5th, and 6th 8am- 11:30am

    NineOVATIONS

    Central Nine is hosting summer camps this June for students who will be in 7th or 8th grade during the fall 2019 school year!

    Students can choose to participate in two different camp experiences. Contact cvonderwell@central9.k12.in.us for questions.

    Dates: June 4th, 5th, & 6th
    Hours: 8am – 11:30am each day
    Cost : $35 per student

    Sign up at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfypoq2sJzYkywFURynlf2XRZUwOq3OpxsbDgzkXzpPiC0u7A/viewform 

    MAY 4th 9AM - 3PM

    PLANT SALE

    Our Landscape Management program is hosting a plant sale on Central Nine’s campus! Stop by on Saturday, May 4th from 9-3pm to purchase.