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Career & Technical Education (CTE)

Student using computer

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.

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 (*).


Michelle Chaney
CTE Director

Brittany Cloutier
CTE Admin Assistant

Additional Resources
Dual Credit


What’s Happening in CTE

Universal Tech Institute

The Universal Technical Institute is coming to Mount Si High School on Wednesday, Oct. 18, from 12:45 -1:30 p.m. in the freshman campus parking lot.  Some classes may already be scheduled to attend, but if your class is not, please sign up and a pass will be available for you to attend. Limited space for 30 students is available.  A waitlist will be created if necessary.