Career Technology

Every Child Every Day for a Better Tomorrow

Career and Technical Education (CTE) prepares Stebbins students for a wide range of careers, from nurses to computer technicians, and hundreds of careers in between!

Welcome to Stebbins Career Tech!

cte Our national and state award winning Career Technology programs, prepare all of our students for 21st century college and career readiness. Our programs are located centrally in our state-of-the-art high school (why leave your home school when we have it all right here?) and serves students in grades 9 through 12. There are 12 programs of study at SHS, including STEM courses. State-of-the-art technology used in business and industry is taught in all program areas. Students at Stebbins have received regional, state, and national recognition for skill and leadership performance. Together, students, parents, and teachers set high expectations for students to achieve academically, technically, and socially.

Student Involvement Opportunities
Skills USA, and Business Professionals of America

The Stebbins Career Technology Program has a unique partnership between with Sinclair Community College to lead students to a college degree or certification and high wage employment. The partnership also gives students the opportunity to earn free college credit while in high school and a $3000 scholarship upon meeting all graduation requirements.

Our Goal is to help students take the first steps toward a college/and or career. High school students have the opportunity to get a jump start on their career by preparing for a college technical degree program. They can earn BOTH high school AND community college credit (this is called DUAL CREDIT) for completing select high school courses.

Pathway to College

The Class of 2014 earned over $280 thousand dollars in scholarships to Sinclair Community College!


Mad River Local Schools and Mad River Local Schools CTPD does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.
The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Student non-discrimination policies:
Cory Miller, Director of Student Services
801 Old Harshman Rd.
Dayton, Ohio 45431
Staff non-discrimination policies:
Necia Nicholas, Director of Human Resources
801 Old Harshman Rd.
Dayton, Ohio 45431