The Tomorrow Center School is a community school located in Morrow County serving grades 6-12. It was founded in 2002, but has recently entered a new school facility this summer. The new Tomorrow Center School is located directly behind Cardington-Lincoln High School in Cardington, Ohio. The public is invited to the center’s open house which will be held on September 8 from 3:30-6:30 pm.
The new Tomorrow Center will open with an entirely new staff, teachers, and new director, Dr. Dan Vincent, who brings to the Tomorrow Center over thirty years of experience in Ohio school administration. He has an extensive education background, most recently serving as an intervention specialist at Galion High School.
The Tomorrow Center enrolls all students in grades 6-12 in Morrow County and all counties that touch/surround Morrow County, including all Crawford County schools. Aside from the general curriculum, the school also has a variety of social services and agencies available on site to assist with students in need, such as counseling and family services. Students who attend the Tomorrow Center are generally provided transportation through their home school district.
The Tomorrow Center, which is sponsored by the Cardington-Lincoln School District, was previously located in Edison, Ohio.