Ohio offers many career-technical options that prepare students for the world of work. This includes Ohio’s career-technical planning districts who make up the membership of OACTS. Our many career pathways include health services, construction, manufacturing, arts and communications, information technology, business, and much more. There are a variety of choices in training programs, and many of them not only prepare students to enter into a career but also prepare them to transition to college degree programs.
Ohio students who enrolled in career-technical education graduated at a 98% rate.
The proportion of Ohio career-tech students who are employed, in an apprenticeship, join the military, or are enrolled in a postsecondary education or advanced training in the six months after school.
Post-Program Placement Rate
More than 50% of students who enroll in career-tech attend higher education after high school.
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