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Want to get a head start on a career and college? Great Oaks students earn certifications that allow them to begin a career as soon as they graduate; they also can earn college credit in both academic and technical classes.

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EXPLORE CAREER PATHS BY CAMPUS

6375 Harrison Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45247
Phone: 513.574.1300

300 Oak Drive
Wilmington, Ohio 45177
Phone: 800.752.5480

5956 Buckwheat Road
Milford, Ohio 45150
Phone: 513.575.1900

300 Scarlet Oaks Drive
(at 3254 East Kemper Road)
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241
Phone: 513.771.8810

What is Great Oaks?

Great Oaks is a career-technical high school in southwest Ohio, serving 36 affiliated school districts. As part of the Great Oaks district, four campuses offer high school programs: Diamond Oaks on the west side of Cincinnati, Laurel Oaks in Wilmington, Live Oaks in Milford, and Scarlet Oaks in Sharonville. At these campuses, you may choose from more than 30 programs. You complete these programs in your junior and senior year as you prepare for continuing education, the workplace, and/or the military.

Laurel Oaks students pick up trophy for Cardboard City entry

Students and staff from Laurel Oaks Career Campus attended the recent Wilmington Rotary Club meeting to receive honors for their participation in this year’s Cardboard City event.  Laurel Oaks Cybrarian…
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Great Oaks’ Donna Shirley chosen for National Leadership Fellowship Program

Donna Eakins-Shirley of Monroe, assistant dean at the Live Oaks Career Campus, has been selected as one of 21 participants in the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) National…
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Noted education pioneer visits Scarlet Oaks

Students in the Early Childhood Education (ECE) program at Scarlet Oaks Career Campus met with nationally-known education professor, author, and advocate Dr. Valora Washington last week. Dr. Washington, who was…
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