Oakland Tech High School

Annual School Fundraiser Auctions: Oakland Tech and Peralta Elementary; Each Will be Held at Uptown Body & Fender, 401-26th Street.

Sunday, February 7, 2016

Peralta Auction: Saturday, March 5, starting at 5 p.m. Theme: "The Peralta Cruise." Suggested: cruise wear; formal wear; or pirate wear. Tickets: $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Dance, mingle and support the Peralta Parents Teachers' Group's annual budget. The PPTG funds what the district doesn't: Peralta's art, music, language, sports, gardening education, librarian and teacher support staff. More info and advance tickets: Peralta.Auction@gmail.com.

Tax Deductible Giving Helps Donors to Oakland Tech

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

More than 500 copies of "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" for the entire freshman class. Dissection kits and science lab materials. Field trips. PE equipment. LCD projectors. Teaching tools for students with special needs. These are just a handful of the dozens of programs and projects financed by the Oakland Technical High School PTSA this year alone.

Tech Mosaic Club Brightens Campus Buildings

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

A tree is growing at Oakland Technical High School, and so are butterflies and a Goddess with billowing hair and arms stretched wide. They're part of a four-wall tile-and-mirror mosaic mural coming to life on a formerly nondescript building alongside the field bleachers. Fifty feet from where football teams scrimmage and tackle, the student-led Oakland Tech Mosaic Club team adheres and grouts, hoping to catch as many sunny afternoons as possible to finish the project in December. The mosaic is one of several projects the group plans to create in the coming months.

Studies Become Reality in Tech Bridge Building Contest

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Oakland Tech notched its 20th Annual Model Bridge engineering contest in a roomful of students, volunteers and unlikely construction materials.

Pedal for Education, May 16: Support Ride for a Reason

Saturday, May 9, 2015

The 2015 Ride for a Reason cycling rally is Saturday, May 16, when a large group of cyclists will ride to the State Capitol to raise money and awareness for quality public education. Proceeds from this annual event support six Oakland schools: Claremont, Edna Brewer, Emerson Elementary, Oakland International, Oakland Tech and Westlake.

Oakland Tech Centennial Celebration to End Memorial Day Weekend

Saturday, May 9, 2015

If you missed any of Oakland Tech's centennial year kick-off, book launch, and Technites Past and Present Talent Showcase, you can still experience the celebration on Memorial Day Weekend - May 22-25 - by participating in one of the events listed below. For details and to register for any of the events, visit the centennial page of the school's website: http://oaklandtech.com/staff/centennial/event-calendar/

Celebrate at the Oakland Tech Auction: March 14

Monday, March 9, 2015

Oakland Tech is Oakland's top-scoring public high school. This year is extra-special because it's our centennial year. Tech's annual Auction and Gala will be held on March 14 at Uptown Body and Fender, 401 26th street, 6-10:30 p.m. Last year's auction sold over 300 tickets and raised more than $90,000 to support our dedicated and hard-working students. Proceeds from the auction are used to purchase textbooks, laptops and sports uniforms, to fund support groups and career development programs, and for related needs.

Oakland Tech 2015 Auction Celebrates Centennial Year

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Oakland Tech is Oakland's top-scoring public high school, and this year is extra special because it's our centennial year.

Oakland Tech Presents Two Centennial Events

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Oakland Technical High School presents two centennial year events to be held in our beautifully renovated auditorium at 42nd Street and Broadway.

Oakland Tech Presents "The Living"

Friday, December 12, 2014

Save the date and come see a great show: OakTechRep, our award-winning student theatre company, presents Anthony Clarvoe's "The Living," in the Oakland Tech Auditorium. The playwright himself visited with the student actors in mid-November and wrote afterwards: "Here's a powerfully moving thing: talking with the cast of your play, none of whom had been born when you wrote the play, all of whom seem to be getting ready to own the hell out of the play.

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