On Friday, 1/28, we had as our featured speaker, our own member, Todd Hoadley, Superintendent of Tolles Career & Technical Center

Todd shared brief historical background on the development of career technical education in Ohio.  He covered programs offered at the Tolles Campus, as well the satellite Tolles Programs offered at the Dublin Emerald Campus.  Todd concluded with information on future career tech programs at Tolles, including adult education opportunities available for all at Tolles.


This school district is named for Harry E. Tolles, the district’s first superintendent.
  • Central Ohio Joint Vocational School District was founded in 1971 and opened its doors to students in 1974.
  • Tolles services seven school districts (Dublin, Fairbanks, Hilliard, Jonathan Alder, London, Madison-Plains, Jefferson).
  • 20 career-technical programs are available to students on the Plain City Campus.
  • 20 middle school and high school career-technical programs are available to students in various satellite locations.
  • Tolles features adult and continuing education opportunities in ASPIRE, ESOL, GED, RAMTEC and diversified industrial training and public safety.
  • Main Campus Enrollment (Average): 650 students
  • Satellite Enrollment (Average): 850 students
  • Graduation rate: 95% average
  • Post-Program Placement rate: 97% average
  • Post-secondary Enrollment rate: 55% average
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To see the video of this meeting, go to our YouTube Channel