Sheri Stuart

Director of Communication Services

Mark Edwards

Communications Specialist

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The Oakland Schools’ News Hub is a single location for all of Oakland Schools' press releases, social media, blogs and podcasts.

Check out the Oakland Schools Newsroom for the latest press releases and past news stories about Oakland Schools ISD and Oakland Schools Technical Campuses.

Oakland Schools Technical Campuses Partner with Arizona College of Nursing

Oakland Schools Technical Campuses (OSTC) have entered into an agreement with the Arizona College of Nursing in Southfield. As part of a unique partnership, students who successfully complete OSTC’s Health Sciences program and meet Arizona College of Nursing’s requirements will be accepted into the nursing program. Students can earn a Bachelor of Science (BSN) degree in three years or less with qualifying transfer credits.

Check out the Oakland Schools blog for stories on our latest Oakland Schools and Oakland Schools Technical Campus happenings as well as helpful education-related articles written by our very own experts.

OSTC-NE alum Devin Bailey

At the age of 19, Devin Bailey purchased his own home without a cosigner. He even had enough financial freedom to fill that home’s garage with project cars to work on in his free time.



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        Oakland Schools is a regional educational service agency that offers support services to school personnel which are best delivered regionally and provide cost, size and quality advantages to those we serve. Oakland Schools is an autonomous, tax-supported public school district governed by Michigan General School Laws and is one of 56 intermediate school districts (ISDs) established in Michigan in 1962.