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December 1, 2020

Starting Thursday, December 3, the high school students of Diamond Oaks, Live Oaks, and Scarlet Oaks will resume the blended A/B schedule that has been in place since the start of the year.  On Thursday, December 3rd, A-group students will come to campus.  On Friday the 4th, B-group students will come to campus. The full A/B schedule will resume next week.

This break has allowed us to reduce the number of staff and students who were quarantining, and will allow us to get back to blended in-person classes as we have done since the start of the school year.

Please remember that all students and staff must properly wear a mask and social distance on campus. Please do not come to school if you have a fever or other symptoms.

Laurel Oaks will continue its current schedule, shown here.

Questions?  Please contact your campus.


November 23, 2020

Diamond Oaks, Live Oaks, and Scarlet Oaks high school students are on a remote learning schedule and are scheduled to return to the A/B schedule on Thursday, December 3rd.

Laurel Oaks high school students are on a modified schedule.  Click here for the schedule.

Adult Education and Satellite students will remain on their current schedules.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.


October 23, 2020 update for Scarlet Oaks and Diamond Oaks

With the announcement yesterday by Governor DeWine that Hamilton County could move to the “purple” pandemic level for the week of Monday, November 2 we wanted to update you.

There are still many decisions to be made in regards to what this will mean for students, staff, and families of (DIAMOND, SCARLET) Oaks.

We will continue to review data provided by the Hamilton County Health Department, coordinate with our partnering school districts, and listen to the guidance provided by the State of Ohio.  We expect to have a clearer picture by early next week.

We’ll keep you informed about if and how this may temporarily affect our current schedule of classes.

Thank you for your support.  We have been fortunate so far this year that there have been no documented positive cases of COVID spread on our campuses and few in our partnering schools, and we appreciate our staff and students’ healthy habits in our buildings.


September 17 statement about school breakfast and lunch

In response to the financial hardship felt nationwide as a result of COVID-19, the USDA has announced the opportunity to provide free meals to all of our students until December 31, 2020 or until funds are depleted.  Beginning Thursday, September 17, 2020 all students enrolled at Great Oaks Career Campuses will not be charged for breakfast or lunch meals that meet the regular meal criteria per USDA guidelines.  Students may receive one breakfast and one lunch daily at no cost.  A-la-carte purchases will be charged as usual.

We are grateful for the additional assistance for our families who are struggling financially, but did not necessarily qualify for the free and reduced meal program.  To ensure those families eligibility who would normally qualify for free and reduced meals beyond the program’s end, please continue to submit your free and reduced applications for the 2020-2021 school year.


Information for fall 2020

Please note:  The following information applies to high school students at Great Oaks campuses.  

Click here for information for full-time adult students.

Our community, and the world, continues to adapt to the ongoing pandemic.   In all that we do at Great Oaks, the safety and health of our students, staff and visitors is our highest priority.  Whenever students, staff and visitors are together in a Great Oaks building, we expect that social distancing (at a minimum of 6 feet where and when possible) is practiced, face coverings will be worn by all, and the buildings and equipment will be frequently cleaned and sanitized.  We also encourage such healthy personal habits as regular hand-washing. 

The following information reflects the most recent planning; information can change if circumstances change.

Click here for a copy of the overview plan for high school students.  

What is blended learning, and how does it work at Great Oaks?  Learn more here.


Update July 28, 2020

The A/B schedules for each campus have been determined and sent out.  Here's the information for your campus:

Diamond Oaks A/B information

Laurel Oaks A/B information

Live Oaks A/B information

Scarlet Oaks A/B information


Update July 20, 2020

Academic classes will be held online

In order to maximize the amount of hands-on, career-technical education available to students, all in-person classes will be in the career lab with the career-technical instructor.  English, mathematics, social studies, and science classes will be held remotely.  Students will spend all day two days per week in their career-technical program.

As part of this schedule, students will have time to meet individually with academic instructors while on campus, which will support their online learning.  It also means that the same group of students will stay in the same room—their career lab—for the full day, reducing the number of times per day needed to sanitize rooms as we would if students changed classes for multiple periods daily.

Students will attend the campus on Mondays and Thursdays as part of the A group, or Tuesdays and Fridays as part of the B group.  During the remaining three days, students will work remotely on academic work and other homework, with Wednesday set aside for one-on-one remote assistance.

This schedule will run for the first quarter, until October 16.

For previous updates, click here.

If you have any questions, please send them here.