Career and Technical education for employment or promo­tion.
(See below for details.)


8811 Career Drive
Piqua, Ohio 45356

PHONE:              High School                                Adult Division

                              (937) 778-1980                           (937) 778-8419 or (800) 589-6963

WEBSITE:              www.uppervalleycc.org

For High School Students:
Credit courses towards high school graduation. Career-Technical, Tech Prep, and 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 listing of programs
Adult Job Enhancement Training Programs:
Industry: OSHA,  Safety
Business: Computers, Accounting
On-Line: See www.ed2go.com/UVCC for 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 available for those who qualify.


For High School Students:
School Districts of: Anna, Botkins, Bradford, Covington, Fairlawn, Fort Loramie, Hardin-Houston, Jackson Center, Lehman, Newton, Piqua, Russia, Sidney, and Troy, and any other school district in Ohio through open enrollment and a space available basis.

For Adults:
Miami, Shelby, and neighboring counties



High School: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday
Adult Division: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Monday thru Thursday;
8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Friday

OFFICE DAYS:       Monday through Friday


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 and older. Students under 18 years of age must be officially withdrawn from school. Career and Job Enhancement Training: 18 or older


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 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.