UPPER VALLEY CAREER CENTER DISTRICT

8811 Career Drive
Piqua, Ohio 45356

PHONE:

High School Adult Division

(937) 778-1980

Adult Division

(937) 778-8419

WEBSITE: www.uppervalleycc.org

SERVICE AREA:

For High School Students:

School Districts of Anna, Botkins, Bradford, Covington, Fairlawn, Fort Loramie, Hardin-Houston, Jackson Center,

Lehman, Newton, Piqua, Russia, Sidney, Troy, and any other school district in Ohio through open enrollment 

and a space-available basis.

For Adults:

Miami, Shelby, and neighboring counties

OFFICE HOURS:

High School:

8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday – Friday

Adult Division:

8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., Monday -Thursday;

8:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Friday

OFFICE DAYS: Monday – Friday

SERVICES:

Career and Technical education for employment or promotion.

For High School Students:Credit courses towards high school graduation

Career-Technical

Tech Prep

Academic Courses
For Adults:Adult Literacy Education

GED Preparation and Testing

Career Counseling and Support

Career Training

Job Enhancement Training

Job Search Support

Employee Recruitment Services

Employee Training Services

Assessment Center

Adult Career Training Programs:

Health Care:Practical Nursing (PN)

STNA
Industry: HVAC/R

Precision Tooling and Machining

Advanced Manufacturing Maintenance:

PLC Specialty

Electrical Power Lineman
Business:Business Office Professional

Medical Office Professional

On-Line: See www.ed2go.com/UVCC for a listing of

programs

Adult Job Enhancement Training Programs:

Industry:OSHA

Safety
Business:Computers

Accounting
On-Line:
See www.ed2go.com/UVCC for a listing of programs

Other Services for High School Students:State/Industry Certificates

Career Counseling

Job Placement

Leadership Development
Other Services for Adults and Employers:Workforce Solutions

PearsonVue Testing Center

Occupational Assessments

Financial Aid Assistance is available for those who

qualify.

ELIGIBILITY:

For High School Students:Residents of the above school districts or any Ohio

School District if space is available.

Students must have completed two years of high school

and earned more than seven (7) credits prior to

enrollment.
For Adults:GED Prep & Adult Literacy Programs: Anyone 18 & older.

Students under 18 years of age must be officially

withdrawn from school.

Career and Job Enhancement Training: 18 or older

DOCUMENTS NEEDED:

For High School and Adults:Application/Enrollment Form
For Adults:Other Documents as required by programs

(Call school for details).

Examples: GED or H.S. Diploma,

Fitness for Duty Certification, Employer or Agency

Training Assistance Voucher, Financial Aid Application.

RESTRICTIONS: N/A

HOW TO USE: Use the phone number listed or visit one of our locations.

FEE POLICY: Fee schedule high school classes available at school.

For Adults:

Call our Student Services for Information or visit our Website at www.uppervalleycc.org.