The Arvin Education Center (previously known as the Oldham County Career Center) is focused on giving students of all academic background levels as many future opportunities as possible. The idea behind the center is that students of all different capability levels can gain from the opportunities offered at the Arvin Center.
There are four Career Clusters currently offered at the Center: Automotive, Culinary Arts, Health Sciences, and Information Technology. The Center offers four different sessions daily for students to work the Arvin Center into their schedules. Our programs have more class offerings within their Cluster than ever before. There truly is something for everyone (with more planned for the future). Many classes are dual credit with specific post secondary schools. Meaning that while earning high school credit should the student choose to pursue future educational opportunities they will have some college credit already earned.
The Arvin Center is dedicated to offering classes that will help students gain immediate certification or earn valuable experience and knowledge of what their future plans will involve.
Students can make it happen, we can help!
Matt Watkins, Arvin Education Center Director