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For Parents of Home Schooled Students

For Parents of Home Schooled Students

Homeschooled students are eligible to take Great Oaks programs!

Students who live in one of 36 area school districts (see list here) can attend a Great Oaks campus during their junior and senior years.

Great Oaks might be a great choice for your son or daughter if they want to:

  • Get a head start on a career or college through certifications and college credit they can earn
  • Make new friends who have the same interests they do
  • Learn about real-world conditions from  career technical teachers who are experienced professionals in the various career fields
  • Explore a career field while they are finishing high school – a much less expensive option than taking a year of college then changing majors

High school programs available

Hear what parents have to say about Great Oaks

Programs available for high school graduates

For more information call: 

Diamond Oaks:  Laura Domet at dometl@greatoaks.com or 513.574.1300

Laurel Oaks:  Bill Davis at davisw@greatoaks.com or 937.382.1411

Live Oaks: Sarah Taylor at taylors@greatoaks.com or 513.575.1900

Scarlet Oaks:  Julie Beis at beisj@greatoaks.com or 513.771.8810

 

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