Oakland Schools Technical Campuses (OSTC) are designed for any student who wants to graduate high school with industry certifications, on-the-job experiences, business connections, and college credits. OSTC's are valuable extensions of our district high schools, and bring students customized, self-directed learning that guides them toward future career success. The goal of our OSTC's is to help students find the best program fit for their interests, experiences, and goals.
The Southeast Campus' FIRST team, known as "The Crew" with team number 7769, recently competed at the World Championships held in Houston, Texas.
The OSTC-SE Full Scale Innovative Vehicle Design (IVD) team showcased their skills and talents at the Square One Education Network's IVD Competition.
Under the guidance of Criminal Justice instructor Crystal Nowka, students had the opportunity to participate in two fascinating forensic/STEM-certified labs at Wayne State University.
Computer Programming instructor Dan Krompatic, accompanied by counselor Angie Haley, embarked on a journey with two talented students to participate in the BPA (Business Professionals of America) National Leadership conference.
Energy-Electrical Technology students from OSTC-SE and OSTC-NW had the opportunity to participate in a Line Clearance Tree Trimming experience
Construction and Energy students from Southeast Campus embarked on a valuable learning experience as they traveled to Howell, MI to participate in MASCI's (Michigan Apprenticeship Steering Committee, Inc) annual Construction Career Days.
In a new tradition at OSTC-SE, seniors and outstanding junior students were celebrated at an awards ceremony this year.
The Automotive Technology & Collision Repair and Refinishing programs at OSTC-SE organized their 7th Annual Car Show on Friday, May 5th.
The 2023 NTHS (National Technical Honor Society) Induction ceremony celebrated students' achievements and provided a platform for them to share their stories with the audience and fellow inductees.
The Southeast Campus concluded its PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) Student Support Services with a fun-filled Spring Fling event for all students.
The Oakland Schools Education Foundation honored the recipients of the Scholarships for Success program.
Entrepreneurship & Advanced Marketing and Computer Programming students made a significant impact by raising nearly $18,000 for charity through their annual Cooperate Battle Golf Outing.
Clarkston Tesla Dealership and Service Center representatives provided a unique opportunity for students in the Automotive Technology and Collision programs.
Students from the OSTC-NW Agriscience and Environmental Science program had the opportunity to visit and volunteer at the Clarkston Family Farm.
Students from various programs at OSTC Northeast came together to celebrate "Students in Industry".
Culinary Arts/Hospitality Program student Rachel Maag was named the 2023 CTE Student of the Year for the Northeast Campus.
The Northeast Campus held a special ceremony recognizing and inducting 180 students into the National Technical Honor Society.
The Awards Convocation on May 4, 2023, was a momentous event celebrating students’ achievements from various programs.
Students from the Entrepreneurship and Advanced Marketing Program recently had the opportunity to attend a business workshop at Top Golf,
Matick Buick GMC in Southfield recently hosted a barbecue luncheon to celebrate the achievements of Automotive Technology alumni Devin Bailey and Kenyon Knight,
Two talented students, Juan Rodriguez and Caleb Albor showcased their skills and creativity in the Courageous Persuaders competition.
Staff from OSTC-Northwest recently participated in the Holly Professional Trades Night, promoting and recruiting prospective students for the next school year.
Under the guidance of Mr. Ray, OSTC-Northwest Energy & Electrical Technologies student Devon Darley received 3rd place (Bronze) at the SkillsUSA State Competition for Construction Electrical Wiring.
Led by Instructors Jan Drew and Frank Costanzo two OSTC-Northwest Culinary/Hospitality placed at the regional SkillsUSA competition.
Nolan is a second-year senior from Royal Oak High School in OSTC-Southeast’s Automotive Technology program.
7:45am - 10:10am or
11:20am - 1:50pm
Conferences will be held
OSTC by Numbers
Hands-on programs to prepare students for high-wage, high-demand careers
Paid field experiences and unpaid on-the-job placements coordinated for students in 2021-2022.
Student Organizations available for professional networking and opportunities to earn industry credentials.
No cost to families.
Associate degree options offered by Oakland Technical Early college.
Industry-recognized certifications/licenses earned in 2021-2022.
152 students participated in the fourth year of the Oakland Technical Early College in 2021-2022.