Career and Technical Education (CTE) at NV emphasizes real world, real life skills and connects the learning to academics and training that will help our students be successful in the global economy. Our goal is that every NV student will graduate from high school globally competitive for work and post-secondary education and prepared for life in the 21st century. Students are entering a highly competitive workforce and we are working hard to ensure our students are prepared. When we say students are career and college ready, it means they can integrate and apply 21st century skills, technical knowledge, and core academic knowledge. Students even take OSHA training courses to help them work safely in their future careers.
CTE Dual Credit (formerly Tech Prep) offers high school students an opportunity to earn college credits for approved high school courses. Working together, high school and college instructors have determined that certain high school career and technical education courses meet the entry level course requirements of comparable college courses. These courses are identified as CTE dual credit approved. Students enrolled in these courses may be eligible to receive WCC or BTC credit.
Students who complete approved CTE dual credit courses with a grade of "B" or better may request college credit by completing and submitting a dual credit application form. Registration instructions are available in the counseling hub.
Courses available for CTE Dual Credit (One-time $25 fee)Digi-Tools
Advanced Word Processing
Advanced Computer Applications
Advanced Agriculture Mechanics
Pioneer Catering 2
Students have the opportunity to earn college credit in approved high school courses. Students may take the course for high school credit only, choosing not to pay the college fee. Students who choose to take the course for college credit must pay the college fee and meet all content requirements in addition to high school course content. Students earning college credits will receive a grade and transcript from the college (currently Everett Community College). Students should contact their teacher(s) for more information,
Please not that students will receive their college credits by completing BOTH semesters at the high school. Students who only complete one semester will not receive credit from the college - no partial credit is awarded.
College in the High School courses are:
English Literature (ENGL&111) = 5 College Credits
English Composition (ENGL&101) = 5 College Credits
Spanish 3 (SPAN&123) = 5 College Credits
Spanish 4 (SPAN&221-22-23) = 15 College Credits
Pre-Calculus (MATH&141-142) = 10 College Credits
Calculus (MATH&151) = 5 College Credits
Advanced Biology (BIOL&100) = 5 College Credits