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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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Board Chair Committee meeting

This is a monthly meeting of the committee chairs for the Board of Directors.
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13

Board of Directors meeting

This is a monthly meeting of the Board of Directors.
Jul
11

Board Chair Committee meeting

This is a monthly meeting of the committee chairs for the Board of Directors.
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Success Stories

Small engine repair class

A recent part-time class at Live Oaks Career Campus became a Hillsboro family affair.  Reid Sharp, his father Rob, fiancé Maddie Cupp, and future father-in-law Tim Cupp decided to learn small engine repair at the campus in Milford.

“We were kicking around the idea of taking a class,” said Tim Cupp, a retired engineer.

“We wanted to do something new—something that isn’t what we do for a living,” added Reid, a veterinarian in practice with his father. “That’s what makes it fun.”

Family affair

In the News

Learn about careers in diesel mechanics

Are you interested in BIG engines and high-tech electronics? The Great Oaks Industrial Diesel Mechanics career program may be the perfect fit for you. Come learn more about this great…
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Great Oaks Celebrate Excellence Award Winner

For the past 12 years The Hamilton County Education Foundation (HCEF) has presented the Celebrate Excellence event to honor a K-12 “Educators of the Year” from each of the twenty-four…
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Diamond Oaks students raise funds for Children’s Hospital

Diamond Oaks students in the Equine Science and Management, Veterinary Assisting, and Sustainable Urban Agriculture career programs raised more than a thousand dollars for pediatric brain tumor research through a…
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