Four female students from Oakland Schools Technical Campus Southwest competed and placed at the SkillsUSA Michigan State Leadership and Skills Conference.
Agriscience students are analyzing soil as the weather turns to spring.
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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Congresswoman Haley Stevens learns about programs from OSTC-SW students.
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.
OSTC-SW students design posters, practice working with a client and receive feedback with a partnership for Foundation for Excellence - Walled Lake Schools.
Family Night in Industry connects parents to with industry partners within Oakland County.
Administrators, parents and students in Oakland County will all have the opportunity to learn firsthand about the manufacturing industry.
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.
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.
Oakland Schools highlights the work of Curtis Jones, maintenance man at Oakland Schools Technical Campus-Southwest.