Fifty-seven students in the Health Science class at Oakland Schools Technical Campus-Southwest (OSTC-SW) recently collected a variety of health products for the 145 senior residents and 40 staffers at Abbey Park at Mill River, a retirement and assisted living facility in Lyon Township.
Last year, Andre Johnson, a senior at Walled Lake Central High School, decided to attend the Computer Networking - Cybersecurity program at Oakland Schools Technical Campus-Southwest, which he found to be quite helpful.
Engaging students in a virtual setting can be tough. At Oakland Schools Technical Campus - Southwest, our Advanced Marketing and Entrepreneurship Instructor William Dungan has found a way to capture his student’s attention.
The OSTC-SW Engineering, Robotics and Mechatronics program purchased 76 Arduino-based smart robot car kits for students to build and program at home. These robots are 4-wheel drive and come with an assortment of sensors and motor controllers for the students to assemble and program, making their class concepts and knowledge come to life.
Local essential employees got a burst of spring this week when students and staff at Oakland Schools Technical Campus Southwest (OSTC-SW) in Wixom donated approximately 125 hanging flower baskets to frontline workers.
From freshman through junior year, Clarenceville High School senior Max Zarzycki was doing all the right things you typically hear a student should do to get accepted into college. He was getting good grades, participating in extracurricular activities and taking advanced placement courses to master the curriculum.