Alumni SPeaker Series
Inviting Plain Local graduates "Back to School"
The Plain Local Alumni Association is working to create a professional speaker series and is inviting former Plain Local graduates “back to school” to inform and educate students about their careers and the journey that lead them to where they are today. If you are a former Plain Local graduate, or know of someone that would be willing to share their career experiences and answer questions about their profession with our middle and high school students, please encourage them to consider being part of the series. Those interested are asked to complete the Volunteer Speaker Form. The information received will be shared with the teaching staff in order to connect the classes/career paths with the experiences of the speaker.
Classroom instruction is enhanced when students can come face-to-face with professionals in a field related to their current studies. The Alumni Association seeks alumni of all professions, and community members, willing to share their talent and time with current students to fill our the Volunteer Speaker Form. Alumni Association staff will then work to match you up with classrooms where relevant, real-life experiences can enrich classroom instruction.
Connecting students with alumni!
1996 GlenOak graduate, Thomas Sweterlitsch, talks to students about his high school days and how he got to become an author. Sweterlitsch recently sold the movie rights to his novel Tomorrow and Tomorrow to Sony Pictures.
Would You Like To Participate In Our Alumni Speaker Series?
Diversity and Success
Our student body is a diverse one and so are our career track offerings and college bound classwork. Did you know Plain Local offers the following career tracks for our students?
- Advancement to Nursing
- Animation and Graphic Design
- Automotive Technology
- Commercial Photography
- Construction Trades
- Entertainment Technology
- Fire Science and EMS Technologies
- GlenOak High School of Business
- Health Technology . Horticulture
- STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math)
- Teacher Pathways
- English I, II
- Geometry Algebra I, II
- Physical Science
- World History
- Spanish I, II
- German III F
- rench IV
- Enriched Art III
AP (Advanced Placement Courses)
- US History
- World History
- US Gov’t and Politics
- English Literature Composition
- Calculus AB
- Spanish, French and German Languages
- Art 2D
- Art Drawing
Dual Enrollment Courses English
- IV – 6 college credits (12th grade)
- Precalculus – 4 college credits (10th, 11th and 12th grades)
- Medical Terminology – 3 college credits (11th and 12th grades)
- Computer Applications for Professionals – 3 college credits (10th and 11th grades)
- Master Students – 3 college credits (9th grade)
- Effective Communication – 3 college credits (10th, 11th and 12 grades)