Buckeye Career Center 2020 Re-Start Plan Information
Buckeye Career Center has extended the blending learning model through November 6, 2020. Students are expected to participate in remote academic learning on the days they are not in-person at school. The schedule remains the same with seniors attending in-person October 26, 27, 28 and November 2 and 3. Juniors will attend in-person October 29 and 30 and November 4, 5, and 6th. Because Tuscarawas County is now a Level 3- Red county, per our re-start plan, temperature checks will be performed each day at school. Those with temperatures of 100 degrees or more will report to the nurse and/or return home. Students and staff should always continue to self-monitor prior to ever leaving home. More information and important links can be found on our COVID 19 page: http://www.buckeyecareercenter.org/COVID19Information.aspx

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The Buckeye Aspire program through Buckeye Career Center Adult Education assists adult students in Tuscarawas County and surrounding areas with FREE classes in basic and secondary Reading/Math/Language skills, High School Equivalency (GED) test preparation, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), career pathways, and transitions to post-secondary training/education and employment. Buckeye Aspire classes are grant-funded by the Ohio Department of Higher Education, with seven classes across five sites in New Philadelphia, Dover, Uhrichsville, and Berlin.
To register for an upcoming orientation or for additional information about the Buckeye Aspire program, please contact program coordinator Nate Hackenbracht at (330) 339-2288, ext. 1551 or (330) 308-5720, or email [email protected].
Previous GED passers needing their certificate and/or transcript for proof of completion need to register for a student account and order documents through Diploma Sender. For additional assistance, contact the Ohio High School Equivalency Office at (614) 728-0795.

Buckeye Aspire Classes and Next Orientations

The first two days at the class site for Buckeye Aspire students are for orientation, which includes enrollment materials, career/education goal mapping, and establishing starting levels in the core subjects. Orientations are held at class sites 4-6 times throughout the year and students need to complete both days to enroll. 

New Philadelphia: 

Evening Class Site: Buckeye Career Center - Monday/Wednesday, 5-8 p.m.

  •  Next Buckeye Career Center Site Orientation: October 19 & 21. Both days required. Face covering required.

Afternoon Class Site: OhioMeansJobs Tusc. County - Tuesday/Thursday, 1-4 p.m.

  •   Next OhioMeansJobs Site Orientation: To Be Determined Due to COVID-19 Closures

Morning Class Site: Dover First Moravian Church - Monday/Wednesday, 9-Noon

  •   Next Dover Site Orientation: November 16 & 18. Both days required. Face covering required.

Evening Class Site: Uhrichsville First Presbyterian Church - Tuesday/Thursday, 6-9 p.m.

  •    Next Uhrichsville Site Orientation: November 17 & 19. Both days required. Face covering required.
Berlin (Hiland):

Evening Class Site: Hiland High School Library - Monday/Wednesday, 5-8 p.m.

  •     Next Hiland Orientation: October 26 & 28. Both days required. Face covering required.

ESOL Classes and Next Orientations

ESOL students only need to attend one day of orientation - either the morning or evening class option. Pre-registration is not required.

Dover ESOL: 

Dover First Moravian Church, Morning Class - Tuesday/Thursday, 9-Noon

  • Next Morning ESOL Orientation: November 10 and 12. Face Covering Required.

Dover First Moravian Church, Evening Class - Tuesday/Thursday, 6-8:30 p.m.

  • Next Evening ESOL Orientation: November 10 and 12. Face Covering Required.

Transitions & Distance Education Offerings

Additional Offerings:
  • Distance Education through online learning
  • WorkKeys online curriculum for employability skills 
  • Transitions Math for post-secondary and/or employment

High School Equivalency Test - GED

Buckeye Career Center offers the official, computer-based GED Test on-site at the school's testing center. Prior to testing, prospective testers need to set up a personalized account and register online through GED.com. The personal GED page is also where students can pay for and take the "GED Ready" practice tests in the four subjects (Math, Reasoning Through Language Arts, Science, Social Studies), as well as view test results with same-day scoring. Testers are encouraged not to take all four GED subjects at the testing center in the same day.

Buckeye Career Center Testing Coordinator Nate Hackenbracht oversees the county's GED Voucheers and testing administration. He can be reached at (330) 339-2288, ext. 1562, or [email protected]
Passers from previous years needing to re-obtain their certificate for "proof of GED" - whether completed two years ago or twenty - need to do so through the state-partnered doucment site, Diploma Sender.
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