OSTC-SE hosted an experiential learning event that allowed students to simulate living on their own for a month in the real world. Teens actively discovered for themselves how their choices could affect their financial future as they make decisions on expenditures while balancing their budgets.
Who would have ever thought marshmallows can serve a different purpose than being an edible treat? Students from OSTC-SE recently embarked on a new team game known as The Marshmallow Challenge.
Many current law enforcement officers assigned to road patrol will agree, much of their shift is spent in a patrol vehicle. To help show students the role a patrol car plays in the daily job of law enforcement, OSTC-SE recently purchased a former patrol car, allowing for authentic training.
Health Sciences and Criminal Justice students were recently involved in a live stream presentation of a human autopsy. Ray Volmer from the St. Louis University pathophysiology department demonstrated to our students various scenarios including, how healthy and unhealthy organs look different during the autopsy process.
Culinary Arts/Hospitality student Owen Hoerner from OSTC-SE and Berkley High School chose to compete with the Marketing class in DECA this year.
Cyber Security has purchased a new Cisco Certification Equipment Lab to enhance students’ hands-on training.