OSTC-SE Students placed in the Business Professionals of America State Leadership Competition; some will be attending the national competition.
15 OSTC-SE students received scholarships totalling $25,000 during the Scholarships for Success breakfast.
Work-Based Learning serves as an extension to instruction in the classroom. Many students receive real world experience in the program.
50 OSTC-SE students experienced a college campus as they travelled to Western Michigan University.
OSTC-Southeast student, Mikayla is awarded $2500 scholarship from Shurtape for trade school.
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.
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.
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The Medical Assisting program started September 2018 and is quickly becoming a popular topic around campus.
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.
Construction and Energy students stepped outside of their comfort zone by completing the high ropes course at the TreeRunner Adventure Park in West Bloomfield.
OSTC Southeast Campus held the fourth annual College and Career fair on Wednesday, October 3rd.
Administrators, parents and students in Oakland County will all have the opportunity to learn firsthand about the manufacturing industry.
Family Night in Industry connects parents to with industry partners within Oakland County.
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.