Educational Entities Serving Huron County
Sowing the seeds of knowledge throughout Huron County takes place at these great school systems
All or part of thirteen school districts
Serve Huron County and its residents - serving grades PK through 12
Private Schools that service Huron County
In addition to the public schools, there are numerous private schools that service Huron County- serving grades PK through 12
Technical and post-secondary education
Provided by these facilities in close proximity to Huron County communities
Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center offers high school and adult education programs that will teach you what you need to know through hands-on classes so you can find immediate and fulfilling opportunities in the real world.
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The instructional staff at Great Lakes Truck Driving School is made up of highly qualified professional drivers and heavy equipment operators with years of experience in their industry. Our dedicated staff pledges their unwavering commitment to:
Provide quality driver training programs and heavy equipment programs that will instill a positive attitude.
Provide practical and theoretical instruction that will produce safe, well-qualified drivers and heavy equipment operators who will be an asset to their company and their community.
High School Overview: The Lorain County JVS is a cooperative effort among 13 participating school districts in Lorain County to offer quality career-technical programs to students.
Adult Career Center: Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center is an innovative organization providing skills for the workplace and life. We are strongly committed to being a leader in economic and workforce development, assisting in meeting current and future needs. Our work is distinguished by excellence in education, active business and industry partnerships, a safe and challenging environment, and a continuous improvement philosophy to the development and delivery of our services.
High School: Pioneer serves high school juniors and seniors by offering over 35 career-training programs. Our students focus on academic classes for half of the school day and experience hands-on learning the other half of the day in their career-technical lab and on the job. Pioneer students graduate from their associate high school upon completion of all required coursework and passage of the Ohio Graduation Tests.
Adult Ed: At Pioneer, we are committed to meeting the employment needs of the community–including you. We offer career assessment resources, financial assistance, and guidance counseling to help you get on the path to your future perfect career!
Sandusky Career Center offers a wide range of programs and courses to meet your career development needs. Whether you're looking for a career in healthcare, business, or public safety, our professional staff can point you in the right direction. Apply today to take the next step on your path to success.
At BGSU Firelands, students can earn a degree – close to home and on our convenient campus – and for much less than the cost of going to other colleges. A small commuter campus of Bowling Green State University, our school is known for outstanding faculty, supportive staff and affordable tuition where students feel at home.
We have programs that are ideal for students interested in completing general education requirements or who need more time to explore their options. Academic advisors will help students select the best program to meet their interests. At any time, students can choose to pursue one of our career-focused degrees or continue their journey from BGSU Firelands to the Bowling Green campus.
LCCC is proud to serve as a cornerstone for Lorain County. The College provides the opportunity for students to complete:
Through LCCC’s University Partnership, you can earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree from 14 Ohio universities and colleges. We are also the first community college in Ohio to offer its own bachelor’s degree.
North Central State College is a public two-year community-based educational institution serving the residents of north central Ohio. The College offers high quality, technical education in more than 60 associate degree and certificate programs in Health Sciences, Business, Public Service, Engineering Technologies and transfer options, as well as customized workforce training programs.
Terra State has proudly served northwest Ohio as a leading educational institution for 50 years. We are accredited, state supported, and provide our community members educational experiences that are both accessible and affordable.
We pride ourselves in helping students reach their goals while staying true to the community college mission of providing open access to higher education.
Ashland University, guided by our Christian heritage, is a comprehensive, private university that provides a transformative learning experience, shaping graduates who work, serve and lead with integrity in their local, national, and global communities.
Heidelberg is a student-centered university in Tiffin, Ohio. Since our founding in 1850, we’ve remained a welcoming, enthusiastic community dedicated to helping our students live rich and fulfilling lives, personally and professionally. We effectively integrate liberal arts and professional preparation across disciplines to prepare our students to be global citizens who communicate effectively, think critically and serve thoughtfully.
The Ohio State University at Mansfield is quickly becoming the college of choice for students throughout Northeast Ohio. Affordability, excellence in teaching, small class sizes and opportunities for research and internships draw students.
Students may complete one of ten bachelor’s degrees offered at Ohio State Mansfield—Business, Child & Youth Studies, Criminology, Early Childhood Education, Middle Childhood Education, English, History, Psychology, Social Work or Sociology, or start at Mansfield and transition to the Columbus campus after a year or two. Master’s degrees also are offered in Education.
EHOVE Career Center is a leading career tech school in Milan Township. This high school and adult education facility draws students from a variety of locales, and serves multiple school districts as well in Erie, Huron and Ottawa Counties. Students are given the opportunity to take challenging academic classes in a customized and relevant curriculum to prepare them for a specific career or college and learn skills to advance in the trade of their choice, for now or the future. Get more information about EHOVE's training, partnerships with local businesses, positive impact on worker training, and community service!
Huron County Business Advisory Council
Huron County’s Business Advisory Council fosters cooperation among schools, businesses and the communities they serve. This work ensures that the work of educators aligns with the needs of businesses. This cooperation can make a local education system more aware of the local labor market; promote work-based experiences within businesses; and help students prepare for successful learning and employment opportunities.
Based on Ohio Revised Code 3313.82, the Business Advisory Council shall advise and provide recommendations on matters including:
the delineation of employment skills and the development of curriculum to instill these skills;
changes in the economy and in the job market, and the types of employment in which future jobs are most likely to be available; and
suggestions for developing a working relationship among businesses, labor organizations, and educational personnel.