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Satellite Programs in Affiliated Schools

Satellite Programs in Affiliated Schools

Great Oaks offers a variety of programs in collaboration with our affiliated school districts in their schools.  There are two types of programs typically offered in area schools:

Foundations

  • Shape students’ career choices by giving them sample experiences typical of the career pathway
  • Courses range from 7 weeks to full year

Click here for more information about Foundations courses.

Workforce Development

  • Develops technical and occupational skills and knowledge to provide students with a pathway to postsecondary education and careers
  • Programs usually are two years in duration

Click here for more information about Workforce Development courses.

Other Satellite Programs

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Career Based Intervention (CBI)

Work Experience and Career Exploration Progam (WECEP)

Click here for a listing of programs and locations.

Click here for Network Acceptable Use Agreement.

Click here for Network Acceptable Use Agreement (Spanish version)

Click here for Network Acceptable Use policy (Spanish)


Satellite Mission Statement:    We will strengthen the partnerships with our affiliate schools by providing quality programs and services in support of the educational and economic growth of our communities.

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