Oakland Schools Student Services Department provides direct instructional programs for K-12 students and consulting services for local districts throughout Oakland County.
Four Oakland Schools Technical Campuses offer high school students an opportunity to discover career paths and receive extensive training in one of many programs, from Construction to Health Sciences to Computer Programming and more.
ACE, or Accelerated College Experience, is a Michigan Department of Education approved early college program that partners districts with Oakland Community College (OCC.)
The Virtual Learning Academy Consortium is a full-time Seat Time Waiver (STW) program allowing districts to have a 100% online learning experience for their students in Kindergarten through eighth grades.
Oakland Opportunity Academy serves as an alternate high school for students in Southwest Oakland County (Clarenceville, Farmington, Huron Valley, Novi, South Lyon and West Bloomfield.
Our Career Readiness team implements a sequence of events and activities designed to engage educators, students, and parents to help grow our region’s talent pipeline. This county-wide focus and framework helps all students in Oakland County to become career ready.
There are more than 290 state-approved CTE programs in 31 Programs of Study in Oakland County. Each year, more than 17,000 students countywide (28 local school districts and four Oakland Schools Technical Campuses) participate in these career-focused series of courses.