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    2016-2017 School Year Information

    July 29, 2016 -- Welcome to the Lorain County JVS for the school year of 2016-2017.  We are looking forward to a great new school year!

    Orientation for Returning 12th Grade Students is Tuesday, August 16  anytime from 8:00am to 3:00pm.

    Orientation for 9th, 10th, 11th Grade and New Students to the JVS is Wednesday, August 17th anytime from 11:00am to 6:45pm.

    Watch for your WELCOME LETTER in the mail the first week of August!


    All Students: First bell is at 7:40am with school starting at 7:50am.

    Uniform Requirements for Both Boys & Girls: Black, Navy, Khaki or Grey Pants (purchased on your own) with Uniform Shirt (ordered through the school).  ALL STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO BE IN UNIFORM BY TUESDAY, September 6, 2016.

    Prior to the first day of school, please complete all necessary registration forms (active on our website after August 1st). They are on-line and can be accessed at: http://onlinestudentregistration.lcjvs.com. A link to these forms can also be found under “Quick Links” at www.lcjvs.com – 2016-2017 On-Line Registration. Your login information and password were mailed on July 29, 2016 in a Welcome Letter!  If you do not receive the letter, please call 440-774-1051, Ext. 22270.

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  • JVS Awards Scholarships to College Bound Seniors

    JVS Awards Scholarships to College Bound Seniors

    June 25, 2016 -- The Lorain County JVS Senior Recognition Ceremony was held at the Palace Theater on May 27. Three hundred and eighty four students received career-technical certifications in their career fields. Students were awarded $39,500 in local scholarships from the JVS Educational Foundation, JVS Teachers’ Association, JVS PTA, JVS Board of Education, Ross Transportation Services Inc., Medical Mutual of Ohio, KMU Trucking & Excavating and LifeShare Community Blood Services.

    Additionally, JVS students receive thousands of dollars in scholarships for their performance at career-technical skill events. Although too numerous to mention every scholarship awarded, students earned more than $500,000 from outside organizations, colleges, and technical schools.

    During the ceremony 26 students were recognized for being members of the National Technical Honor Society and 28 students were nominated for “Outstanding Senior” in their program. Additionally 27 students were awarded Board Proclamations for participating at the national level in career-technical skill events.

    Public Safety student Erin Hostal and Cosmetology student Lauren Borders were the student speakers. Both students are from Keystone High School. Heating and Air Conditioning student Adam Smith, of Amherst, sang the National Anthem.

    Local scholarship recipients are listed by school district:

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