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The Tri-Rivers Career Center serves high school students from 9 area associate schools with a variety of specialty programs. Learn More.

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Adult Education

The adult education staff strives to be an integral part of education that links business/industry and agencies in north central Ohio. Learn More

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RAMTEC

Robotics & Advanced Manufacturing Technology Education Collaborative for High School and Adult Students.
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High School Students Enroll Now

College or Career?  High school students can choose Tri-Rivers and be ready for both!.  
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Ohio Department of Health honors Tri-Rivers for healthy practices

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The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) and the Healthy Ohio Business Council (HOBC) will recognize 46 Ohio employers for healthy worksite practices during the 11th annual Healthy Ohio Healthy Worksite Awards ceremony Thursday, January 29, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency in Columbus. At the ceremony Tri-Rivers will receive the only gold award—the top award—in the small business category. Pemberton will present Tri-Rivers’ best practices at the event.
“The Ohio Worksite award is an opportunity for Tri-Rivers to be recognized for its continued commitment to employee health,” said Chris Pemberton, Health Services Coordinator for Tri-Rivers. “The award showcases the outstanding efforts and activities of the Tri-River Wellness Committee and the Administration’s commitment to ensuring a healthy work environment.” […]

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LPN to RN Program Details

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Tri-Rivers LPN to RN School of Nursing is offering a 15-month Evening LPN to RN Diploma Curriculum beginning August 2015. The Evening Program is designed to meet the educational needs of an LPN who has to work full-time while at the same time continue his or her education.
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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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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.
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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.