Click here for the published photo essay on our Centennial Technite Talent Show, featuring seven decades of past and current Oakland Tech students.
Oakland Tech’s auditorium, built in 1961, fell into serious disrepair when the performing arts waned in the 1990s. Ten years ago, parents, teachers and administrators raised money to bring back classes in dance, drama, and music. In 2007, parents, staff and community members put together a plan to not only restore the auditorium but TRANSFORM it into a state of the art facility worthy of Tech’s talented students and the community at large.
Informed by professionals in the field, the project was designed in three phases with volunteers providing project design, management and fundraising at no cost. With a lot of hard work, and many dollars raised and invested in the auditorium, Phases 1 and 2 are complete. Help us finish transforming Oakland Tech’s Auditorium with Phase 3, so that the great things happening inside are not a secret!
Please look through our plans and find out how you can help! And keep checking back here: we’ll be adding information as our campaign continues.