Indiana Supreme Court Justice Christopher Goff recently paid a visit to Grant Regional Career Center, where he engaged with students from the Criminal Justice and the Marion High School JROTC program. Justice Goff shared inspiring anecdotes from his legal journey and emphasized the crucial role of an impartial and effective judiciary in upholding the principles of justice.
Grant Regional Adult Education has been identified by the state as one of the best programs in the state!
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development has named the Grant County program an Adult Education Program of Excellence. This award designation was created by DWD to recognize adult education programs that exceed state goals and expectations in multiple areas of performance and serve as a model provider of adult education services in Indiana.
Grant Regional Career Center student traffic is on the east side of the campus:
- Enter the drive on 26th Street
- Park in the east parking lot
- Enter Door 7 *
*Note: Marion High School students who have afternoon GRCC classes should follow regular MHS traffic instructions in the morning
Marion Community Schools is a Summer Food Service Program participant. Free breakfast and lunch is available to the public (to anyone 18 or younger) as follows this summer:
May 30 through June 1:
Students at Grant Regional Career Center’s Aviation Academy will soon be able to take their training to new heights thanks to a grant from the Boren Foundation.
Grant Regional Career Center’s Aviation Academy instructor Mark Johnson wrote a grant request to the Boren Foundation to purchase a flight simulator for the program. Last week, Grant Regional Career Center learned that it had received that grant — $10,000 from the Boren Foundation.
The Grant Regional Career Center and Giants E-Sports are excited to announce the upcoming Super Smash Brothers Ultimate Tournament, set for noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 6. This event promises to be an action-packed day of gaming and fun for fans of all skill levels.
We are approaching the fifth year of the Giants E-Sports program and want to celebrate in style! We have several exciting events planned in the future, including the launch of our junior high program at McCulloch, a tournament with top players from across the country, panels, scholarships, Q&As with industry professionals, and a party to close the event!
For the first time in several years, the Grant Regional Career Center chapter of HOSA (Future Health Professionals) competed at the annual HOSA State Leadership Conference. GRCC student ZaBre Cox, finished in fourth place with her research project.
ZaBre is a junior at Marion High School. She chose to do her research project on vaping.
The National Weather Service is advising that there is a significant possibility of strong storms in our area on Wednesday, April 5, with the potential for tornadoes and large hail.
We want to assure you that we will be keeping an eye on weather updates throughout the day. School buildings are among the safest spaces during a severe storm, and we have procedures in place to keep students and staff as safe as possible.
Want to check out what courses we will have available next school year at Grant Regional Career Center?
For information about enrollment, see your school counselor or contact us at 765-664-9091.