Discover the 21st century education for 21st century jobs.
Join a community of problem solvers and go-getters. At Ohio Hi-Point, you'll find hands-on learning in hi-tech labs, strong academics that blend with your career program, and a commitment to your success that stretches far beyond graduation.
Virtual Admission Office Hours
We'd love to talk to you about specific programs, certifications, college credit, or any other questions you might have about OHP. Schedule a meeting with Mrs. Webb in the admissions department today!
|Mrs. Webb |
Hi! My name is Mrs. Webb and I work in the admissions department. I'm a strong believer in education and discovery. Career exploration is a great way to find out what you're passionate about, what you're good at and how those two things can fuse together for a successful future. So, how I can help you today? I'd love to chat and answer your questions!
TALK TO MRS. WEBB
We want you to see all the programs OHP offers so we're launching our OHP virtual tour at the end of November. Sophomores will have an exclusive look at the tour before it launches to the public. Stay tuned for more details.
Get Started With Your Application
Robots, animals, tool belts, stethoscopes, chef coats, and DSLR cameras help create our educational atmosphere. The Ohio Hi-Point Bellefontaine Main Campus offers the following programs:
- Animal Science
- Automotive Academy
- Construction Trades
- Culinary Arts
- Diesel Technology
- Education Academy
- Engineering Academy
- Graphic and Media Arts Academy
- Health Careers Academy
- Outdoor Careers
- Welding and Fabrication
Ohio Hi-Point also offers one-year programs (for high school seniors) in the following areas:
- Automotive (ASE Certifications)
- HVAC (NCCER Certification)
- Ohio Certified Nursery Technician
- Outdoor Careers (NCCER Certification and Equipment Operations)
- Robotics Certification
- Construction (NCCER Certification)
Students applying must be on track to earn enough high school credits for graduation (8 credits for sophomore status, 12 credits for junior status) and meet one of the following:
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 1.5 out of a 4.0 scale
- Less than 36 missed days of school in the past two years
Applications are reviewed and ranked based on the above criteria. The state limits career-technical class sizes to 25 students per teacher. Our programs may have more students apply than can be accepted so it is important to apply early to your chosen program. If you’re not accepted, you may be placed on a waiting list until space becomes available.