Welcome to Career & Technical Education

  • Career & Technical Education (CTE)

    Connecting Learning to Earning

     Career & Technical Education (CTE) courses are offered in grades 7-12 and focus on preparing students with professional training in a variety of career fields. Students develop an understanding of the importance of work and how performance, efforts, and decision making directly affect future educational and career opportunities. Students are trained in basic workplace skills as well as specific technical proficiencies in wide variety of career pathways.

    Career & Technical Education courses provide innovative educational opportunities within the Marysville School District. Students are engaged in learning and excited about the opportunity to experience focused course work that allows them to excel in an area of interest. Students who participate in CTE courses are being prepared to enter a highly competitive workforce based on a global knowledge and information economy.

    Students who are career and college ready need to be able to compete in this every changing workforce and have marketable skills that put them ahead of others. CTE offers these skills in a rigorous, hands-on, project based learning environment. CTE courses also offer embedded core academics which allow students to complete their high school graduation requirements more efficiently. CTE courses are aligned to Washington State teaching standards and offer high school as well as college credit in many areas. Instruction is provided by highly trained educators who are experts in their field of study.


  • Imagine Tomorrow

    May 19-21

    Alaska Airlines Imagine Tomorrow challenges 9th through 12th graders to seek new ways to support the transition to sustainability. Students research complex topics related to sustainability, then innovate technologies, designs, or plans to mobilize behavior. They forge connections in their communities and create positive change. In this competition, as in life, solutions are limited only by imagination.

    We will be sending 7 students to compete in the competition

    If interested please contact Glenn Owen, glenn_Owen@msd25.org

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  • Opportunity Expo 2017

    Everett Community College Gym

    April 18, 2017
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See what's Happening with our CTE Programs

  • Congrats Getchell DECA

    Posted by Marysville School District at 1/13/2017

    The Marysville Getchell High School DECA chapter recently participated in the Area 1 Competition! Join us in congratulating the following students: Jaymz Walters, Ashley Maag and Caden Natterstad (5th place for their Entrepreneur Innovation Plan), and Courtney Taylor (7th place in the Apparel and Accessories Marketing Series). Great job and thanks for making your school and community proud!DECA

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    Posted by Will Hill at 1/9/2017

    This past weekend MP DECA sent 35 students to compete against over 800 students from 16 schools in our region. Our students did extremely well. Below is a list of our 14 State Qualifiers. 5 of them are 2017 Area Champions. 

    Allyssa Burrows   5th Place Apparel & Accessories 

    Trevor Anderson 5th Place Automotive Services

    Jakob Wiechert 7th Place Food Marketing 

    Kennedy Lentini 1st Place Food Marketing 

    Ross Whyte 6th Place Hotel & Lodging 

    Jason Cook 3rd Place Human Resources 

    McKenna Dahl 6th Place Professional Selling 

    Connor Peterson 3rd Place Quick Serve Restaurant 

    MacKenzie Bosket 1st Place Quick Serve Restaurant 

    Bryson Sundseth 6th Place Restaurant & Food Services 

    Keili Roberts 2nd Place Sports & Entertainment Marketing 

    Tim Barton 1st Place Sports & Entertainment Marketing
    Olivya Cerdino/Cece Watson 1st Place Buying & Merchandising

    DECA    DECA


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  • New M-P food commons lights up lunch

    Posted by The Marysville Globe at 1/4/2017


    Student Store

    Student Store

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  • Hour of CODE with Mrs.Pauley @ Mountain View High School

    Posted by MSD at 12/19/2016


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  • Computer Repair Lab

    Posted by MSD at 11/22/2016


    Computer Repair Lab  

    Today we're thankful we don't have to look far to find kindness and giving. Arts and Technology High School's Computer Repair Lab, run by Mr. Paul LaGrange, doesn't just fix computers. Along with his students, Mr. LaGrange helps provide an important 21st century resource to those who need it. From schools in Tanzania, to senior citizens in our community, their efforts make a real impact on people's lives at home and abroad!

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  • NJROTC- Veterans Day Auction

    Posted by MSD at 11/21/2016


    On Veterans Day, Marysville Rotary 5050 brought together many in our community for their 2016 Auction. The money raised at this auction will go toward scholarships for graduating Marysville students, as well as other projects supporting Marysville, Tulalip and #MSD25. It was a huge success thanks to the hard work of the Marysville Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps! A big thanks to these students and their instructors for their time and commitment!

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  • NJROTC- Naval Ceremony

    Posted by MSD at 11/9/2016


    "We serve so you can walk out these doors without fear, so you can make your own choice and so you can follow your dreams." - Chief Wilde #MSD25 #ArtsandTech

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