High School

Tri-Rivers Career Center offers high school students exciting career programs in Digital Media, Agriculture, Public Safety, Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Health, Engineering, Transportation, & more. Learn More.


Adult Education

Adult Education offers RAMTEC training, Public Safety Services, Industrial Maintenance, Welding, LPN to RN, PN (LPN Training Program), Patient Care Technician (PCT), Pathway to BSN, Ed2Go and Continuing Education. Learn More



Robotics & Advanced Manufacturing Technology Education Collaborative for High School and Adult students. Gain Skills & Certifications that companies and universities are looking for!
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College or Career? Tri-Rivers offers you the expertise, skills training, academics, certifications and college credit  you’ll need to be successful. Explore the possibilities. Make your dreams a reality. Enroll Today!   
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Recent School News

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Team Cuisine Cooks Camp July 15-18

June 30th, 2015|Comments Off on Team Cuisine Cooks Camp July 15-18

The 14th Annual Team Cuisine Cooks Camp will be held at Tri-Rivers July 15-18, 2015. High school seniors in culinary programs from schools around Ohio will attend this  four-day workshop on the culinary arts and food service management. The event will culminate with a “Grand Banquet” Saturday for the students’ […]

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Tri-Rivers graduates 23 LPN to RN and 40 PN students

June 15th, 2015|Comments Off on Tri-Rivers graduates 23 LPN to RN and 40 PN students

Sixty-three nurses graduated during Tri-Rivers 2015 Nursing Graduation held at the Palace Theatre in downtown Marion—40 from the School of Practical Nursing and 23 from the LPN to RN Diploma program.

Emeline Kelly, Nursing Program Administrator, said the 2015 graduates are exceptional and she expects great things from them. She also thanked families and friends who made sacrifices and provided ongoing support to the graduates.


Superintendent’s Message

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Superintendent’s Message

A school where you are ALLOWED to, INSPIRED to, and EXPECTED to be AMAZING!

The new Robotics and Automation Manufacturing Technology Center (RAMTEC), is now up and running. We welcome groups to tour the facility; call Ellen Messenger at 740-272-6015 or email.

The new facility, located on the Tri-Rivers Career Center Campus, […]


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Our career tech partner, Tolles, joins the Vex Robotics World. Exciting Times! #RAMTECOhio #StraightAFund…

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Jump Start Your Career

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Jump Start Your Career

Tri-Rivers Career Center in Marion, Ohio offers high school and adult students the training needed for rewarding careers in healthcare, nursing, public safety, industrial careers, computer technologies and more. Check out the 17 different high school career programs that Tri Rivers offers.
Adult Education Programs are challenging and […]

Our mission is to prepare all secondary and adult students to contribute advance and succeed in the 21st Century workforce, to be responsible family and community members and to embrace life-long learning,
Tri-Rivers is a school where you are ALLOWED to, INSPIRED to and EXPECTED to BE AMAZING!!!
Tri-Rivers promises to provide high quality, efficient technical education with fiscal responsibility, academic accountability and technical advancement.
trcclogo1We believe students have the right to expect not only quality skills training, but opportunities and activities that will equip them to be great leaders in the communities they live.
trcclogo1At Tri-Rivers we believe students choose to come here because they have a thirst for life-long learning and want to get a headstart on their careers. They are eager for adventure and thrive on hands-on experiences and leadership opportunities.
trcclogo1At Tri-Rivers we believe students should think about their role in the community. They should strive to make a difference—look at complex problems and seek solutions that best benefit society.