4151 Samuelson Road, Rockford, IL 61109

CEANCI is committed to four beliefs:

Providing equitable access to relevant programming for all students.
Balancing district and CEANCI priorities that align to current and projected regional needs.
Practicing fiscal responsibility in order to maximize efficient distribution of resources.
Developing and sustaining respectful relationships within the partnerships among all stakeholder groups.

The objectives for CEANCI are stated in five goals that form the structure of the strategic plan passed by the Board of Governors on July 23, 2013.

The CEANCI will assess distribution of programs and develop a CEANCI Regional Site Plan that meets the needs of member districts.
The CEANCI will establish curriculum that aligns to current industry needs and prepares students for college and careers.
The CEANCI will develop partnerships that engage all stakeholders including member districts, employers, higher education and communities.
The CEANCI will develop a funding plan that will address current and future programming needs and will aggressively pursue new funding sources.
The CEANCI will communicate and promote program options, benefits, and rewards to students, families, educators, employers and community.

Strategic Plan

This document is a strategic plan created by the Career Education Associates of North Central Illinois member districts of Belvidere-District 100, Byron-District 226, Harlem-District 122, Hononegah-District 207, Meridian-District 223, North Boone-District 200, Oregon-District 220, Rockford-District 205, South Beloit-District 320, Winnebago-District 323, Rock Valley College and the Boone-Winnebago Regional Office of Education to serve as a long-term guide for the CEANCI organization. It involves major initiatives in five areas: regional programming, curriculum alignment and relevancy, partnership engagement, fiscal responsibility, and internal and external communication with stakeholders.
Concordia University WI, Beloit Campus
2040 Sutler Avenue Beloit, WI 53511

The Beloit Center has convenient hours to serve working adults and is a short drive from the thriving communities of Rockford, Beloit, and Janesville. Coursework is offered in accelerated format.  Classes meet just one night per week.  There are no out-of-pocket costs for textbooks, either. You can work full time while earning a degree at Concordia University Beloit Center.

Associate’s and Bachelor’s Degrees

Business Management
Criminal Justice Management
Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Health Care Management
Human Resource Management
Liberal Arts
Radiologic Technology – Completion

Graduate Degrees

Master of Business Administration
Master of Science – Counseling
Master of Science – Educational Administration
Master of Science – Literacy
Master of Science – Organizational Leadership Administration

Certificates and Licensure

Business Management
Criminal Justice Management
Health Care Management
Human Resource Management
Medical Assistant
(608) 361-1830
8605 N. Second Str. Machesney Park, IL 61115

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(815) 654-4500
307 Salem St. Rockton, IL 61072

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(815) 624-5010
Red Shed Pre-School

Red Shed Preschool is a private, state licensed facility that provides educational services for Pre-K students ages 3-5 years old. We offer a multi-age classroom environment four days a week in a spacious one room facility. We are conveniently located in the heart of Roscoe/Rockton/South Beloit, IL community.

*Winner of the 2017 “Best of Stateline” award for Child Care!
Stepping Stones Child’s Center
11364 2nd Street Roscoe, IL 61073

Stepping Stones is an Illinois state licensed, curriculum based childcare facility focused on providing quality care to the families of the Roscoe, Rockton and South Beloit communities.  In fact, we’ve set the standard for quality in our area since 1991. We serve children from the ages of 6 weeks to 8 years, with transportation available to and from the Kinnikinnick school district.  We pride ourselves on offering a year round, hands-on, enriched preschool program, to enhance the early learning years as children and families grow and develop towards kindergarten.


Mission: To provide opportunities for children to develop their whole bodies through developmentally appropriate activities that will foster the social, emotional, intellectual and physical needs of our children and families.  We believe in the uniqueness of each child we serve and promote high quality care, with a curriculum designed to promote learning through play, and opportunities to explore, experience and succeed.
(815) 623-7282