Test Out Information
Test Out Dates - Tuesday, August 14th or Wednesday, August 15
2018-2019 Course Catalog
Resources - Oakland Schools Technical Center
OSTC Course Selection Guide 2015-2016
College Fair Information
MACRAO has embarked on an exciting opportunity for both the college representatives and high school students and have partnered with GoToCollegeFairs to offer students a more efficient way to find and register for their college fair and quickly provide their information to colleges they are interested in getting more details.
Student will register only once and upon completion of the form will receive a barcode, which they print and take to the fair for colleges to capture their data in a more secure manner. This process encourages more meaningful conversations for both the college representative and student. Colleges with scanning devices will quickly scan to capture the student’s detailed information easily and more securely.
Here is a quick look at how it works.
· Students access the www.gotocollegefairs.com website
· Click the “Student Register Now” button
· Select the state where the fair is taking place
· Select the fair using the check box
· Complete the registration form (may only complete questions)
· Check the “terms and conditions box” and hit submit button
· The barcode is displayed – print the barcode and it’s done!
We encourage students to register early without worry of misplacing their barcodes. Two days prior and on the day of the fair, a reminder email is sent to each registered student with a copy of their barcode attached.
Career Center Information
Affordable College Information
Affordable Colleges Foundation, an organization dedicated to providing free higher education tools for current and future college students and their families, recently published research on all the Not-For-Profit universities and colleges in Michigan that offer online college programs.
Oakland Accelerated College Experience
Programs like Oakland ACE allow selected students to extend high school by one year to earn both high school and college credits.