OOA (Oakland Opportunity Academy)
The Oakland Opportunity Academy (OAA) is an alternative high school program available to 11th and 12th grade students within Farmington Public Schools. OAA provides an opportunity for high school students to obtain a high school diploma by taking classes in the late afternoon and evening. OAA provides students a structured learning environment in which they receive instruction, online and through teachers and tutors, in the areas of English, math, science and social studies. In addition, students at OAA participate in a career preparation program in one of the following areas:
• Biotechnology & Environmental Science (Natural Resources and Animal & Plant Systems)
• iTeam (Computer Applications, Business Management, Marketing and Sales)
• Culinary Arts & Hospitality (Food & Beverage Preparation and Travel & Tourism)
• Transportation Technology (Automotive Technology and Auto Collision Repair & Refinishing)
This program is offered at the Oakland Technical Center Southwest Campus located in Wixom. Transportation, to and from this program, is not provided by the District. Within this program, students attend school Monday through Thursday from 1:30 until 8 p.m.
For more information about this program, parents should contact their child’s school counselor or Jonathan Manier of the Instructional Services Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 248-489-3409.
Visit the OOA website to learn more.