OGHS Career Academies

  • Oak Grove High School is proud to offer our students many career pathways and opportunities.

Academy of the Arts

  • Instrumental Music

    This pathway provides an opportunity for students to participate in instrumental performing ensembles. Emphasis is placed on rehearsing and performing literature appropriate to the mission and goals of the group.

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  • Musical Elective (Choir)

    This pathway provides an opportunity for students to participate in vocal performing ensembles. Emphasis is placed on rehearsing and performing literature appropriate to the mission and goals of the group.

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  • Theatre

    This pathway provides an opportunity for students to participate in theatre arts. Emphasis is placed on dramatic structure; the acting process; the collaborative nature of a theatrical production and the role of production staff; and theatre vocabulary.

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  • Visual Arts

    This pathway provides an opportunity for students to participate in visual arts. Emphasis is placed on the creative process; elements and principals of design; two-and three- dimensional techniques; and art history.

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‚ÄčAcademy of Business, Info Tech & Marketing

  • Business Management

    This pathway prepares students for careers in business management and administration. Rigorous instruction is provided to equip learners with knowledge and skills for college and career readiness.

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  • Info Tech Computer Science

    This program is for students who are interested in careers that involve designing, implementing, and maintaining computer systems and software for desktop and web-based applications. Courses provide an overview of the knowledge and skills required in computer operating systems, programming languages, and software development.

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  • Info Tech Networking

    This program is for students who are interested in careers that involve information technology security, network analysis, planning, and implementation, including design, installation, repair, maintenance, and management of network systems. Courses provide an overview of the knowledge and skills required in network and systems administration.

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  • Marketing

    This program is for students who are interested in pursuing careers in marketing. Courses provide an overview of career opportunities, which are available in every sector of the economy and requires individuals working in marketing to become familiar with topics including sales, marketing, customer service, telecommunications, research, and media.

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Academy of Science, Tech, Engineering & Math

  • Agriscience

    This cluster prepares students for employment in career pathways that relate to the $70.4 billion industry of agriculture. The mission of agriscience education is to prepare students for successful careers and a lifetime of informed choices in the global agriculture, food, fiber, and natural resources systems.

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  • Engineering

    The engineering pathway is designed to offer students an overview of the engineering profession and fundamental skills utilized in general engineering. Students investigate various engineering disciplines and related career paths.

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  • Health Science

    The Health Science Program instructional content incorporates project- and problem-based healthcare practices and procedures to demonstrate knowledge and skills fundamental to a variety of healthcare careers. Knowledge and skills are reinforced and enhanced through participation in HOSA

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Off Campus Career Opportunities

  • Cosmetology

    This pathway is for students who are interested in pursuing careers that provide services to consumers in the field of beauty application and treatments, such as hairstyling, skin care, cosmetics, manicures/pedicures, and electrology.

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  • Transportation

    The Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics cluster is designed for students to gain knowledge and credentials for entry level employment or to continue their education through college. The curriculum is based on recognized industry and professional standards found in national organizations and federal regulations.

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