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Career & Technical Education Pathways

 The Puyallup School District has five pathways that help each student focus on an area of career preparation tied to high demand, living wage careers and direct entry into two and four-year community and technical colleges, apprenticeships, or employment. Students who earn a minimum of 2.0 high school Career and Technical Education (CTE) credits in the same Career Pathway will qualify to meet the Washington State CTE Graduation Pathway Option. A student who completes the 2.0 credits with a grade of B or better will also be eligible to receive Pathway Honors recognition upon graduation. 


The Puyallup School District offers magnet programs with each CTE Graduation Pathway. A magnet program is a program area offered only one of the high schools. A student wishing to participate in a magnet program that is offered at a school other than their resident school should make application through the transfer application process. Applications are due January 10 for the following school year.
E-Emerald Ridge Magnet        P- Puyallup Magnet        R- Rogers Magnet         W- Walker Magnet