Marion Regional Career Center enrollment

College bound? Career bound? Need skills that will help you get a job after you graduate high school? MRCC is the RIGHT PLACE FOR YOU!

Career and technical education courses help students explore their interests and career possibilities, and prepare for a career of interest. Content of career and technical education courses includes academic subject matter taught with relevance to the real world, job-related activities and workplace ethics. At MRCC, CTE students can earn high school credit and college credit while working toward a specific nationally recognized certification. Programs include aviation, biomed, construction, culinary arts (and the Tucker Bistro), education, pharmacology, physical therapy, public safety, and more!

>> To learn more about Marion Regional Career Center, click here.

This summer, MRCC is in the process of moving to the Marion High School campus, at 750 W. 26th St. All classes will be held in this new location during the 2016-17 school year. We are excited about the expanded opportunities this will offer for many of our programs! In addition, the former Tucker Bistro also has a new name, the Giant Bistro, and a new location, on the Bypass in the former K Bistro building, 2201 S. Western Ave. — just a couple blocks from the high school! This will be an exciting new phase for the Giant Bistro and our Culinary Arts program. 

2016-17 registration

  • Marion High School students must go through the regular MCS registration process. (Current students can choose from online or on-site registration; students new to MCS must register during on-site registration). Students also work with their guidance counselor to schedule both MHS and MRCC classes.
  • County school students can register at MRCC on July 19 and 20, between 10 a.m. and noon or 1 and 3:30 p.m. at Marion High School, 750 W. 26th St. Please enter at Door 4 at the northeast corner of the building. Parking is available in the parking lot on the east side of the building. Please do not park in the circle off 26th Street. (Students should also work with their high school to get MRCC classes on their schedule.)