OSTC students participating in the Oakland County Competitive Robotics Association (OCCRA) competition on Oct. 23 won First Place. Team 7553, OSTC Sweetbots topped15 competing high school teams to place first in the competition held at Marian High School in Bloomfield Hills.
At OSTC-Southwest, you'll earn high school and college credits for free and supportive staff will personalize the learning experience for you. Depending on your field of interest, you can also earn national industry certifications, paid internships, scholarships and more.
Be college and career ready.
Use your career tech experience to earn an above average wage, pay for advanced training and earn money for college.
Fund your future.
Work individually in teams to develop the expertise, confidence and skills for today's top careers.
We look forward to helping you make this opportunity a reality. OSTC-SW serves students from the following school districts: Clarenceville, Farmington, Huron Valley, Novi, South Lyon, Walled Lake and West Bloomfield.
Kelsey Kolin began working toward her long-term goal of becoming a nurse while in her freshman year at Walled Lake Central High School (WLC). In 2012, she decided to embark on a journey that most students in high school would not consider. With a strong commitment to health and wellness, she pursued the OSTC-SW Culinary Arts program.
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