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4 Tips for High School Seniors Choosing a College in 2021

This year has been a very different experience for high school seniors, but there’s one thing that hasn’t changed: every graduating senior must determine what they’re going to do after high school. It can seem scary and uncertain to graduate high school during a pandemic. At East Ohio College, we want you to know that … Read more

Kayla Habbit – Student Highlight

Medical Assisting student, Kayla Habbit, was a new high school graduate when she chose East Ohio College. During high school, Kayla attended the Jefferson County Joint Vocational Center, where she studied Early Childhood Education.  After graduation, she decided that she wanted to pursue something in the medical field. Kayla decided to look at East Ohio … Read more

Brooke Mitchell – Student Highlight

Medical Office Administration student Brooke Mitchell is known around campus for her sweet demeanor and exceptional work ethic. She enrolled straight from high school in June of 2019 where she completed 9 online college credit plus classes through EGCC. Before enrolling with East Ohio, she had initially enrolled at the University of Akron for Exercise … Read more

Monica Allison – Staff Highlight

Born and raised in Columbiana County, a graduate of the same high school as her parents and grandparents, and a member of various functions in the county, Monica Allison understands the meaning of community, traditions, and friendship. After graduating from Southern Local High School, Monica attended Walsh University and graduated Cum Laude with her Bachelor’s … Read more

What Should High School Seniors Be Doing Now?

Being a senior in high school is a wonderful experience with school dances, holiday breaks, and classes with your friends. You are close to the finish line and have made it so far! Coming to the end of one journey and preparing for the next can be overwhelming and a little scary for many high … Read more

Life Improvement Scholarship

On July 5, 1998 Lou Holtz/Upper Ohio Valley Hall of Fame held their first induction ceremony and Mr. Holtz shared his dream of providing scholarships to high school students enrolled at a trade school. The objective was to help Upper Ohio Valley residents make positive improvements in their lives and the community. By 2008, the … Read more