Congresswoman Haley Stevens learns about programs from OSTC-SW students.
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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!
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.
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-SW students design posters, practice working with a client and receive feedback with a partnership for Foundation for Excellence - Walled Lake Schools.
Twelve Culinary Arts and Hospitality junior students attended the SkillsUSA Fall leadership Conference in Lansing Michigan.
On November 30, 2018, OSTC-SW students competed at Novi High School in the HOSA (Health Occupational Students of America) Region 8 Conference.