What is Career and Technical Education?

Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses provide a variety of opportunities for students to explore their career interests while developing important academic, technical, leadership, and practical skills necessary for success in college, career and life.  CTE courses are offered at each of our high schools and are taken as part of a student's regular daily academic schedule. Many of these courses provide college credit as well as equivalency credit for other academic requirements including Art, Math, Science, PE and Health.  In addition, CTE courses provide students:

  • Preparation for High Demand Fields
  • Access to State of the Art Technologies
  • Engaging, Real World Projects and Challenges
  • Student Leadership Clubs including DECAFBLAFCCLATSAFFASkills USA, WCTSMA, and FIRST Robotics
  • Skill Competitions at the local, regional, state, and national levels
  • Career and College Exploration and Connections

For detailed information about CTE offerings in the Edmonds School District, select the "CTE Programs" tab in the header above.  You may also download a summary overview of available CTE courses for the following district high schools:  Edmonds Woodway HS, Lynnwood HS, Meadowdale HS, and Moutlake Terrace HS.

GreenhouseVideo ProductionsEWHS DraftingCarpentry ClassAuto ClassMarketing ClassEngineeringHealth ScienceChef SchoolFire ServiceProgrammingComputer Repair

Agriculture and Plant Studies

Applied Arts and Communications

Architecture and Construction

Architecture and Construction

Automotive Technology

Business and Marketing

Engineering and Manufacturing

Health Sciences

Human Services

Human Services

Information Technology and Computer Science

Information Technology and Computer Science

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