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We are delighted to be recognized as the first career and technical career center in the State of Ohio. In 1965, Auburn held its first classes under the leadership of Mr. Henry LaMuth, our first superintendent.
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Auburn has helped thousands of Northeast Ohio’s high school students obtain expertise in their chosen fields. Auburn gives high schoolers a supportive learning environment where everyone is invested in their success. Whether students choose college or career, they take the next steps to their future with confidence.
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Welcome! Due to the pandemic, Auburn has prioritized the health and safety of our communities and developed a safe and virtual way to explore and discover our programs. You can take self-guided tours, 360-degree tours; meet our teachers, staff, students and alumni through videos; get information about programs, certifications and college credits and more!
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For over 50 years, Auburn has helped open new doors for thousands of students through our career and technical programs. We are proud of all our high school and adult education graduates and we want to hear from our alumni. Let us know where you are now and what you are up to. As we hear from you, we hope to develop a directory as well as bring together graduates from all of our classes to become a part of Auburn's Alumni Association.
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Auburn Career Center is excited to announce that Drug Free Clubs of America (DFCA) will be available to our students again this year. This unique club combines the efforts of schools, parents and the community into one prevention tool to protect students from experiencing the spiraling consequences of teenage drug abuse. DFCA promotes and rewards healthy decisions by creating excitement with a drug free culture. Positive peer pressure can replace the negative.
Each club member successfully enrolled will receive discounts from local businesses. Additionally, Auburn Career Center will offer benefits to student members. In the end, students will be able to validate their participation in our Drug Free Club by inserting a certificate into their senior portfolio. What an outstanding credential to show off to potential employers or to use for college applications.
We have partnered with Lake Health to administer the drug screens. After assign a voluntary drug test, each member is given a full color ID as a member of the club. As recognition of their good decisions, members use their card as their key to special offers from community businesses. Randomly throughout the school year, students may be retested. The results of every test are sent only to DFCA, who will notify the parents of a negative or positive screen. Auburn is sponsoring the club, but will have no knowledge of the drug test results. Also, all membership fees will be paid in full by Auburn.
For more information, contact Mrs. Robin Nunes at 440-357-7542 ext. 8283 or
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