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Be Successful

Are you a current high school sophomore?

High school at Great Oaks is about being what you were meant to be.

Be creative.

Paint and customize automobiles, li-ac-nova-1213-1program machines to develop new products, create delicious food or beautiful designs, help others look their best, or explore the inner workings of computers.

Automotive Technology--Collision
Computer Service Technician and Networking
Cosmetology
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Services 
Cyber Security (coming in fall 2019)

Digital Arts and Design
Engineering Technologies and Robotics
Precision Machining
Web Applications and Game Development
Welding

di-cff-saw-1314-1-3Be constructive.

Build strong structures using a wide range of construction skills.

Commercial/Residential Electricity
Construction Framing and Finishing
Construction Technologies
Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning
Heavy Equipment Operations and Engineering

Be healthy.

From exercise science to surgical technology, you can help others be well.

Dental Assisting
Exercise Science and Sports Medicine
Health Technology
Secondary Practical Nursing
Surgical Technology

Be caring.

Start the next generation’s future equine-d3s_7745-2through education, help your neighbors stay safe, or share your love of animals and the environment.

Animal Science and Management
Business Office Specialist (coming in fall 2019)
Early Childhood Education
Equine Science and Management
Firefighting/Emergency Medical Service
Law Enforcement
Veterinary Assisting

Be a mover.

Help others go from here to there.

Automotive Technology-Mechanics
Aviation Maintenance Technician
Industrial Diesel Mechanics

Be successful. Are you ready for a different kind of high school experience?

Be ready for a career and college--give yourself options!

Need more information?  Contact:
Diamond Oaks:  Laura Domet dometl@greatoaks.com
Laurel Oaks:  Bill Davis davisw@greatoaks.com
Live Oaks: Terri Rothfuss  rothfust@greatoaks.com
Scarlet Oaks:  Julie Beis  beisj@greatoaks.com

Be accepted!

Still not sure?  Listen to what these students have to say: