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 programs 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.

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 Great Oaks has been named a Top Workplace by the Cincinnati Enquirer.

 

Happenings

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08

Board Chair Committee Meeting

Planning meeting of the committee chairs of the Great Oaks Board of Directors
Oct
14

Board of Directors Meeting

Regular monthly meeting of the Great Oaks Board of Directors
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Success Stories

Gaming for a living

Brandon Kidwell

Fire up the latest version of Madden NFL and you’ll be seeing the work of a Great Oaks graduate.  2007 Live Oaks grad Brandon Kidwell helped to make the football experience come to life.  From the EA Tiburon office in Florida (and more recently, from home), Kidwell and the other game designers work to improve the game for players round the world.

It’s work that requires artistic talent and technical skills—both of which Kidwell, then of Milford,  began developing as a high school student in what’s now the Digital Arts and Design (DAAD) program at Live Oaks.  More

In the News

Diamond Oaks Veterinary Assisting students among top in Ohio FFA competition

Congratulations to five Diamond Oaks seniors in the Veterinary Assisting program!  As juniors, they were among the top 20 in the Ohio FFA Animal Management competitive event, demonstrating their knowledge…
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US Secretary of Labor visits Great Oaks

Great Oaks Career Campuses was the site of a meeting this week between U.S. Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia and local business leaders. Representatives from P&G, Nehemiah Manufacturing, Perfetti Van…
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Cincinnati police officer helps Scarlet Oaks law enforcement students

A simple Facebook post led to help for an entire class of high school students.  “I graduated from Scarlet Oaks in 1986,” said Cincinnati police officer Cary Jodice.  “I keep…
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