OSTC-NE's Robotics Team was selected to represent Michigan for the team's creative pit display design.
In the News
Leon Fisher, a graduate of the Northwest campus, returned to mentor current students in the Culinary program after being a line cook at Clarkston Union.
Four female students from Oakland Schools Technical Campus Southwest competed and placed at the SkillsUSA Michigan State Leadership and Skills Conference.
Fifty-six students and ten advisors traveled to Grand Rapids, Michigan on April 5th to compete in the weekend long SkillsUSA State Leadership and Skill Conference. Many students medaled and five students qualified for Nationals.
Cyber Security students from Oakland Schools Technical Campus Southeast (Royal Oak) are now state award winners after placing in the top three at the Michigan Business Professionals of America’s (BPA) State Leadership Conference.
50 OSTC-SE students experienced a college campus as they travelled to Western Michigan University.
Agriscience students are analyzing soil as the weather turns to spring.
Northwest Health Science students attended and placed at the 2019 Michigan HOSA Student Leadership Conference.
29 Career Technical Education (CTE) students from across Oakland County were awarded funds from Oakland Schools’ prestigious Scholarships for Success program at its annual Recognition Breakfast.
Congratulations to Abbey, a Northwest Agriscience and Environmental Technologies student for winning silver at Michigan FFA State Convention!
Dakota Passage, a student at Oakland Schools Technical Campus Northeast (OSTC-NE) was recently accepted to Harvard University.
Eleanor Limbaugh, Birmingham Public Schools student, wins the Oakland Schools Scripps Regional Spelling Bee with the word hennin.
Superintendent Dr. Wanda Cook-Robinson joins Oakland County Board of Commissioners Chairman David Woodward and Sara Gold, Director, Basic Needs and Child Nutrition at United Way for Southeastern Michigan on an episode of Michigan Matters with Carol Cain.
Dr. Wanda Cook-Robinson recognized for her leadership efforts with the Women in School Leadership Award.
Oakland Schools has recently been awarded the Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO).
Four Automotive Technology students attended and three placed in the SkillsUSA Regional Competition at Washtenaw Community College.
Southeast's Medical Assisting program started the fall of 2018, and immediately the program filled with 50 students eager to learn the particulars of the campus’s newest field of study.
OSTC-Southeast student, Mikayla is awarded $2500 scholarship from Shurtape for trade school.
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Congresswoman Haley Stevens learns about programs from OSTC-SW students.
The Michigan Department of Education recognized Oakland Schools Technical Campus Northeast (OSTC-NE) in Pontiac for its exemplary Engineering and Emerging Technologies (EET) program.
Medium/Heavy Equipment students from the Southwest Campus explore modern machines with Master Technician.
Several OSTC-Southwest students participated in and placed at the Michigan Business Professionals of America Regional 6 conference held at Henry Ford Community College on January 4, 2019!
VanBuskirk is 2018 Michigan Career Placement Association Honoree of the Year Award winner.
OSTC-SW is the only high school in Michigan to possess a NIMS certification.
The accreditation was given by the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS), the nation’s only distinction for excellence in the metalworking field.
Administrators, parents and students in Oakland County will all have the opportunity to learn firsthand about the manufacturing industry.
Oakland Schools highlights the work of Curtis Jones, maintenance man at Oakland Schools Technical Campus-Southwest.
Alena obtained a job through OSTC's work-based learning program. Work-based learning provides OSTC students the opportunity to apply the skills learned in the classroom to real world application in the workplace.
OSTC Southeast Campus held the fourth annual College and Career fair on Wednesday, October 3rd.
OSTC-SW students design posters, practice working with a client and receive feedback with a partnership for Foundation for Excellence - Walled Lake Schools.
OSTC-NE Health Sciences is sponsored a blood drive, Friday Oct 12, 2018 from 8 am-2 pm .
OSTC-NE Campus Health Science students furthered their Anatomy knowledge through a fetal pig dissection.
Construction and Energy students stepped outside of their comfort zone by completing the high ropes course at the TreeRunner Adventure Park in West Bloomfield.
Keith Teller, Computer Networking Instructor from OSTC-NE, was named a 2018 U.S. President Scholars' Most Influential Teacher by the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
The Medical Assisting program started September 2018 and is quickly becoming a popular topic around campus.
The Northeast Campus Cosmetology students worked in teams to build creative representations of skin structure.
Student Support Specialist Eric Scott honors at a Student of the Month celebration every month.
Students venture into manufacturing companies on the annual Manufacturing Day to learn more about the industry.
20 Culinary students competed at the annual Michigan Restaurant Association (MRA) trade show earning a 2nd place win.
On November 30, 2018, OSTC-SW students competed at Novi High School in the HOSA (Health Occupational Students of America) Region 8 Conference.
The students of OSTC-NW donated over $2,400 to Adopt-A-Family through The Lighthouse of Oakland County.
OSTC Northeast Robotics & Mechatronics, Machining and Welding instructors were recently presented with the 2019 Career and College Readiness Initiative Excellence in Practice Award at the Michigan Career Education Conference in Grand Rapids.
15 OSTC-SE students received scholarships totalling $25,000 during the Scholarships for Success breakfast.
OSTC-SE Students placed in the Business Professionals of America State Leadership Competition; some will be attending the national competition.
Five students from Oakland Schools Technical Campus Northwest earned 1st place while competing in Lansing on March 17 and March 18 for the Michigan ProStart Competition.
Work-Based Learning serves as an extension to instruction in the classroom. Many students receive real world experience in the program.