Diamond Oaks Career Campus - Education

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Diamond Oaks Career Campus
6375 Harrison Ave
Cincinnati, Ohio 45247Phone: 513.574.1300

About Diamond Oaks Career Campus

Great futures start at Great Oaks Career Campuses. This distinguished career and technical school district is one of the largest in the nation, offering dozens of career development and vocational training opportunities to Cincinnati-area students of all ages. A community institution since 1970, the district is respected for its record of propelling graduates to successful careers in fields ranging from healthcare to information technology.

With four locations in Diamond Oaks, Laurel Oaks, Live Oaks and Scarlet Oaks, Great Oaks Career Campuses makes education accessible to all. The district offers an array of part-time continuing education programs perfect for working adults and those with children. In addition to these, the district offers several career development and vocational programs through its Adult Workforce Development Division. These full-time programs prepare students for successful careers in high-demand fields such as IT, aviation maintenance, construction, nursing, automotive technology, welding, and heating ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) services.

The district also offers career development services to students in grades K-12 as a part of its coordination with 36 affiliated school districts. In conjunction with affiliated high schools, the district provides technical foundation courses, co-op programs, and other classes. High school juniors and seniors are also eligible to take part in over 30 career and technology programs available at all four campuses. High schoolers who study at Great Oaks Career Campuses can realize a reduction in college tuition by earning dual college credits while in high school. Many students also qualify for college credit if they go on to pursue further education in their selected field.

Built on a foundation of honesty, trust, respect, quality, and equity, the staff of Great Oaks College Career Campuses dedicate themselves to ensuring every Cincinnati-area student has the opportunity to learn, grow, and succeed in the workforce. To find out more about the district and its programs, visit the website or give them a call. To reach the Diamond Oaks Campus, call (513) 574-1300; for the Laurel Oaks Campus, call (800) 752-5480 or (937) 382-1411; for the Live Oaks Campus, call (513) 575-1900; or for the Scarlet Oaks Campus, call (513) 771-8810.

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