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CTE Pathways:  An Alternative to State Math and English/Language Arts Testing Graduation Requirements

Recent changes in state graduation requirements provides students in the class of 2020 and beyond the option to meet state Math and English/Language Arts testing requirements by completing 2 credits within an approved Career and Technical Education (CTE) Pathway related to their career interests and goals.  An approved CTE Pathway consists of a sequence of CTE courses in a specific program area that provide opportunities to earn college credit and/or an industry recognized certification, and lead directly to employment or an articulated college or apprenticeship program.

The following CTE Pathways meet  state criteria as approved alternatives to state Math and English/Language Arts testing graduation requirements and are available to students in the Edmonds District.  We have created a CTE Pathways Planning Guide which introduces students to each of these CTE Pathway options and provides information on including CTE Pathways as part of a student's 4-year plan for high school and beyond.  


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Planning Guide (PDF)

Aerospace Manufacturing Pathway
Architectural Design/CAD Pathway
ASL/Sign Language Interpreter Pathway
Automotive Technology Pathway
Business and Marketing Pathway
Carpentry and Construction Trades Pathway
Computer Science and Engineering Pathway
Culinary Arts Pathway
Education and Human Services Pathway
Healthcare Professions Pathway
Horticulture Pathway
Journalism Pathway (MTHS Only)

Sports Medicine Pathway
Visual Communications Pathway
Sno Isle TECH Skill Center

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