Pickaway-Ross Career & Technology Center (colloquially called Pickaway-Ross) is a career center serving Pickaway and Ross counties in Ohio. The high school is governed by the Pickaway-Ross County Joint Vocational School District.
Founded in 1974, Pickaway-Ross offers 20 high school tech-prep programs to students from 10 high schools in Ross and Pickaway counties. High school students attend Pickaway-Ross for their junior and senior years and can earn a Career Passport from Pickaway-Ross in addition to a diploma from their home schools. Six hundred students attend Pickaway-Ross's main campus and 1,500 students attend off-campus (or satellite) programs housed in affiliated high schools.
School districts affiliated with Pickaway-Ross are Circleville, Logan Elm and Westfall in Pickaway County and Adena, Chillicothe, Huntington, Paint Valley, Southeastern, Unioto and Zane Trace in Ross County.
Pickaway-Ross also has an Adult Education department, providing career-development programs in skilled trades, public safety and public safety. Adult Education also offers training and consulting services to local businesses and industries.
Pickaway-Ross CTC is an innovative, professional, educational community delivering quality services.
The Pickaway-Ross CTC delivers unique and progressive academic and career educational opportunities that empower individuals to achieve their goals.