Millstream provides preparation for two- or four-year college and/or careers. A typical day at Millstream Career Center consists of two class periods of hands-on experience in the lab plus one class period of related class work. The remainder of the day consists of required academic coursework necessary for graduation.
College Credit While in High School?? YES!!
Interested Millstream students have the opportunity to become DUAL-ENROLLED. Junior and Senior students in selected Tech Prep programs may register for college credit in their program area. Millstream instructors are adjunct faculty at Owens Community College and will deliver curriculum content consistent with college requirements. Students will receive an official college transcript for the courses completed. This is offered at no cost to the student or home school. Please note we have a new online portal for processing payments for class registration. Visit the Entrust website to process login to your account.
A Great Way to Go To College!
Follow a pathway from high school to college, 2+2+2 or 2+4.
- 2 years of a College Tech Prep program in High School
- 2 years of study at a community or technical college to earn an associates degree + 2 years at a college or university to earn a bachelors degree
- 4 years of study at a college or university to earn a bachelors degree
College Tech Prep combines the best things about college preparatory classes and technical education into a seamless program that begins in high school and results in a college degree. Students get real-world work experience, career exploration, training in the newest technologies, as well as a strong academic foundation that they need to succeed in college. Tech Prep students participate in job shadowing, Tech Prep Showcase, and senior projects.
This program involves students, high schools, colleges and business, industry, and labor as equal partners. Tech Prep begins trainingstudents for a successful career in competitive field and provides business and industry with the skilled people they need.
Building Use - Building Permit
Millstream Career Center features spaces that are accessible and available for public use. Please complete the building permit form and return it to Mr. Chris Renn, Director of Millstream at 1150 Broad Ave if you are interested in utilizing our facility.
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In order to assist individuals interested in keeping informed of the happenings at Millstream Career Center and Findlay City Schools, we developed an email distribution list - to subscribe, please click on either of the following lists:
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