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Career & Technical Education (CTE)

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To be career-ready, a person must first effectively navigate the various pathways connecting education to employment.  Those various pathways may include Dual Credit, Running Start, Alternative Learning Experiences, Work-based Learning, and Career and Technical Education. These programs provide students with an opportunity to become career and college ready. A career is more than just a job; it can provide financial independence and a rewarding lifestyle. A successful career in our ever-changing global economy requires adaptability and a commitment to lifelong learning, along with attainment of specific knowledge and skills.  Snoqualmie Valley’s Career and Technical Education programs will help all SVSD students navigate the pathways so they are ready to find their own fulfilling and rewarding careers

Additional Resources
Dual Credit

Partnerships

SVSD CTE Pathways

To complete a pathway, students must take two credits within one subject and one course must be bold. All courses offered as .5 credit are noted with an asterisk (*).

Contact

Michelle Chaney
CTE Director

Brittany Cloutier
CTE Admin Assistant

CTE Scoreboard

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What’s Happening in CTE

Sports Medicine Competes at State Competition

This past weekend Thursday April 18 through Saturday April 20th we had 12 students competing at the Washington Career and Technical Sports Medicine (WCTSMA) State Competition and Symposium.

This year there were a total of 54 High Schools competing with over 800 students total! MSHS competes in the Large Schools division which contains 27 schools and out of those 27 we placed 14th!

Valley Innovation Project

Mount Si and Two Rivers students are invited to participate in the upcoming Valley Innovation Project. This collaboration with the Empower Youth Network focuses on leveraging design thinking to solve real business problems for a local organization in the Snoqualmie Valley.

CTE Students Ready for Market Animals Project

One of the many Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) projects students may choose from is the Market Animal project. Currently, 17 students are raising 12 market lambs and five market goats for the Northwest Junior Livestock Show at the Puyallup Spring Fair April 18-21.