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.
Dakota Passage, a student at Oakland Schools Technical Campus Northeast (OSTC-NE) was recently accepted to Harvard University.
The Michigan Department of Education recognized Oakland Schools Technical Campus Northeast (OSTC-NE) in Pontiac for its exemplary Engineering and Emerging Technologies (EET) program.
Administrators, parents and students in Oakland County will all have the opportunity to learn firsthand about the manufacturing industry.
The second annual Oakland Schools’ Scholarships for Success Gala Dinner raised $91,000, which will be used to help current Oakland Schools Technical Campus students to attend college, trade school or participate in an apprenticeship.
Feb. 4, 2020
Two students from Pontiac have been elected by their peers to serve as state officers for SkillsUSA. D’Naughtia Curry, 18-years-old and Aracely Hernandez, 17-years-old.
In the interest of safety for our students and staff, Oakland Schools has installed water filtration devices on all water used for consumption.
A couple days a week and on Sundays Sarah Bass arrives at her job at the Clinton River Water Resource Recovery Facility and treats the approximately 30 million gallons of storm water and sanitary sewage that flush daily through the facility, which services 14 local communities. She performs tests, maintenance and lab work to ensure operations are running smoothly.