Career & Technical Education

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    Award-winning programs prepare students for future careers
     
    Oak Harbor High School has more Career-Technical Education classes than any other high school in the region, giving students more opportunities to develop their interests. Students can experiment with various technical skills or work toward developing expertise in a specific career field. Options range from courses in business and marketing, robotics and welding, to broadcast production and culinary arts. A number of our programs have been recognized as among the best in the state and nation. Students also participated in competitions, giving them additional experience while honing their abilities. 
     
     

    Earn college credits through Tech Prep courses

    Technical Preparation Direct College Credit gives students the opportunity to earn college credit while enrolled at Oak Harbor High School. Students stay on the high school campus and receive transcript credit for college-level classes upon completion of an approved high school course. There is no charge for students who have earned Tech Prep credit. In order to receive the college credit, the student must:
    • Enroll for the class through their high school teacher
    • Be assessed by the high school teacher to have achieved specified competencies at a "B" or higher level
    • Complete the required registration forms

    Contact
     
    To learn more about the Career-Technical Education program, call 360.279.5802 or email program secretary Ramona E. Ferguson.