Welcome to Career & Technical Education

  • The district's Career and Technical Education (CTE) program emphasizes academics as well as real-world and real-life skills.  CTE courses introduce students to regional careers in high demand.  In today's economy, most of these careers are in STEM-related fields.  To open pathways to opportunity, CTE learning aligns with both industry and academic standards.  Students may choose to pursue a range of credential opportunities after high school.  These can include certificate and apprenticeship programs, and associate and bachelor degree programs.

    Students in construction safety gear consulting plans with a trainer

    For more information please contact:

    Brian Day, CTE Director, STEM-CTE Department
    425-385-4073

    Kim Griggs, CTE Manufacturing & Engineering Facilitator
    425-385-4077

    Corie Gudgeon, CTE Health and Medical Facilitator
    425-385-4674