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Culinary Arts students prepares muffins.

Vantage Cup and Saucer Restaurant Thanksgiving Buffet Slated!

We invite you to one of the biggest events at the restaurant, the annual Thanksgiving Lunch Buffet. It will be held two days this year – Tuesday, November 12 and Thursday, November 14 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. The Cup and Saucer’s buffet will include a delicious variety of salads, meats, vegetables, breads and desserts, all for just $8.95 + tax. Reservations are necessary, and go quickly, so be sure to call 419-238-5411 ext. 2425 to reserve your spot now. More +
Student is presented with car show trophy on Student Appreciation Day.

Vantage Student Appreciation Day 2019!

Vantage Staff and Students gathered for several activites Friday afternoon for the annual Student Appreciation Day party, which celebrates students who have made the choice to attend Vantage! Popular activities included the Vantage Car Show, bungee run, a DJ, and more!  Here is a sneak peak of what our day looked like
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Vantage Practical Nursing program students train in lab.

Vantage Students Earn over 1,000 Industry Credentials!

Congratulations to our Vantage High School and Adult Education students who have earned 1,044 industry recognized credentials in 2019. That's 237 more credentials earned than in 2018. Industry credentials are VALUABLE to employers, allowing them to determine the SKILLS of an applicant without performing assessments for each one.  Examples of industry credentials earned are Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS), American Welding Society (AWS), National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER), Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA 10). 
Vantage welding student give tour to Senator Rob Portman

Portman Tours Vantage Career Center, Highlights Efforts to Boost Skills Training

Today, U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) toured Vantage Career Center. During the tour, Portman met with the Center’s leadership and students to discuss Career and Technical Education and how his bipartisan JOBS Act legislation will help more Ohioans get the skills and training they need to find in-demand jobs.

“I enjoyed my visit at Vantage Career Center and had a productive discussion with the students and leadership team about how best to ensure today’s workers get the skills training they need to succeed,” said Portman.  “Strengthening Career and Technical Education by passing the JOBS Act will help ensure we make skills training more accessible and affordable. I will continue my work on the federal level to make sure that Washington is an effective partner with local communities in providing Ohioans with the skills training they need to succeed.

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