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Open House for 10th Graders & Their Families
Springfield-Clark CTC welcomes 10th graders and their families to Open House on December 7. This event is geared toward students and families to explore CTC’s 23 career-tech programs by visiting program labs, meeting the instructors, learning about college credits, and asking questions. For additional event details visit SCCTC.org/OpenHouse. At CTC, our focus is on preparing students for life after graduation, no matter the path they choose. We help students get Career Ready, College Ready, and Life Ready.


10th Graders Get Sneak Peek
Nearly 800 10th-grade students from across Clark County will be visiting Springfield-Clark CTC for the eagerly anticipated Sophomore Career Exploration Days. During this immersive half-day experience, 10th graders will explore career-tech programs offered at CTC, gaining firsthand insights into the lab spaces, hands-on learning projects, and related career opportunities. This not only gives students the opportunity to see what CTC offers, but helps spark conversations on future plans, career aspirations, and what it takes to achieve those goals.


Alumni Recognition Continues With Video Series
Since 1967, over 14,000 students have walked the halls of Springfield-Clark CTC, contributing to our rich legacy. To find, recognize, and honor our alumni we have created an alumni space on our website, SCCTC.org/Alumni. Within this space alumni can register as an alumni, read alumni success stories, and watch our new Alumni Success Story video series. We continue to actively seek to find and celebrate alumni and their achievements as we get closer to celebrating CTC’s 60th anniversary!
 

CTC Welcomes Resident Artist
Cartoonist and teaching artist Jerzy Drozd is working with the juniors and seniors in the Computer Graphic Arts program to create mini comic books. Known for works like "Science Comics: Rockets" and contributions to "The Warren Commission Report," Drozd brings a dynamic approach to engage students in the creative process. Funded through a grant from the Ohio Arts Council, Drozd’s sessions will continue every Friday until holiday break in December. Drozd's impact is evident as students eagerly delve into designing their own mini comic books. Plans for a potential book signing event and Comic Con event at the Billy Ireland museum in Columbus are underway. For more information on the Computer Graphic Arts program visit SCCTC.org/GraphicArts.