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INDIANA'S FIRST AREA VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

Our Mission

The Southeastern Career Center strives to provide students with a learning environment that integrates technical skills and academic knowledge, while also promoting work ethics, citizenship, and self-esteem. This is all done in an effort to prepare students for careers in business and industry. In addition, we provide students the necessary foundations for post-secondary education and advanced technical training should they choose those paths.

Who Are We?

The Southeastern Career Center is the first Career and Technical Education Center that was built in the state of Indiana. In 1964, a group of very forward thinking educators and business leaders saw a need for a bridge between Industry and Education, and saw that it needed to start at the high school level. The school began construction on 46 acres donated to state of Indiana for the project, and was completed in 1966. The original name for the school was “Southeastern Indiana Vocational School”; it was later changed to the Southeastern Career Center in the mid 1980’s.

The original school’s mission statement was “The doors shall be open to anyone who sincerely wants, needs, and/or can profit from vocational or technical instruction. So that our people will have the opportunity to become equipped with saleable skills, become gainfully employed, make a positive contribution to society, and lead more useful and satisfying lives.” That was later modified to our current mission statement you read above. The original school districts participating were Batesville, Milan, South Ripley, Sunman, Switzerland, Otter Creek Township, Ohio County, Caesar Creek Township, Clay Township, Jennings County, Sparta Township, and Jac-Cen-Del. It has since changed to the twelve we currently support and educate.

Announcements



UPCOMING DATES AND SCHEDULED EVENTS


VINCENNES UNIVERSITY HOUSING SCHOLARSHIPS

You may be eligible! Vincennes University is offering a new residency scholarship to eligible CTE students who enroll in the fall of 2019. Students with a GPA of 2.0 and higher may be eligible to save thousands of dollars with a partial or full housing scholarship.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 15!


SCC Graduation Practice

May 15, 2019

SCC Graduation Ceremony

Tyson Activity Center 6:00 PM

May 16, 2019

No School Memorial Day

May 27, 2019

Last Student/Teacher Day, End of 2nd Semester, 92 Days

May 29, 2019

Last Cosmetology Day

June 5, 2019


2018-2019 School Calendar

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Early College Job Comparison

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Community Job Opportunities

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Programs

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Architectural Drafting
& Design

Auto Collision Repair
Technology 1 & 2

Auto Service
Technology 1 & 2

Building & Facilities
Maintenance

Computer Tech Support
& Network Fundamentals

Construction Technology
1 & 2

Construction Technology:
Electrical

Construction Technology:
Heavy Equipment

Cooperative Education
 

Cosmetology 1 & 2
 

Criminal Justice
 

Culinary Arts &
Hospitality Management

Dental Careers
 

Diesel Service Technology
1 & 2

Fire & Rescue
 

Health Science Education
1 & 2 & Med Tech

Interactive Media
 

Precision Machining
Technology

Welding Technology
 

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School Calendar

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2018-19 Program Fees

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Student Handbook

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Brochure

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Contact Us

We welcome any questions you may have, or you may reach us directly at (812) 689-5253.