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Four Great Campuses, One Great Oaks!

We are Great Oaks—the first choice in providing innovative career training to empower individuals and communities.

About Great Oaks

Great Oaks specializes in career and technical education for both high school students and adults. At four campuses, Great Oaks high school students prepare for careers and college, and adults get training and certification to begin a new career or advance in a current career.

Over 30 career majors are available for high school students living in 36 area school districts.

Adults can choose from a dozen full-time programs as well as part-time career certification classes and short-term classes for enjoyment and lifelong learning.

 

 

Happenings

Aug
16

New Student Orientation (High School)

All campuses (Diamond Oaks, Laurel Oaks, Live Oaks, Scarlet Oaks). Attendance is required.
Aug
17

First Day of High School Classes--All Campuses

Welcome! This is the first day of school for all high school students at Diamond Oaks, Laurel Oaks, Live Oaks and Scarlet Oaks.
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Success Stories

Cheyenne

Cheyenne Haney is a 2015 high school grad, from the Scarlet Oaks Law Enforcement program. She is now Administrator of Security for Securitas in Tacoma, Washington. "If you would've told me just two years ago that at 18 I'd have my own place, a career, an endless network in my career field, or even the family I gained from Scarlet Oaks, well.. I wouldn't have believed you. And for that, I share my message to other kids of all ages that their 'what I wanna be when I grow up' dream, can be a reality."

In the News

Great Oaks grads return to the classroom

Many people begin to think about giving back to the places where they got their start—but usually it’s at the end of a long and successful career.  Charele Schork and…
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Great Oaks’ Harry Snyder named Educational Administrator of the Year

Great Oaks Career Campuses President/CEO Harry Snyder traveled to Columbus last week to watch Great Oaks administrative assistant Mary Beth Smith be installed as President of the Education Office Professionals…
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Scarlet Oaks students honored for life-saving actions

On what seemed to be a normal school day, Scarlet Oaks Career Campus/Reading students Alexus Connelly and Haylee Woebkenberg drove home toward Reading on May 12 when they noticed a…
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