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Career 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.

Courses of Study
 Junior High Courses Business and Marketing 
 Human Services  Science and Natural Resources  Health Services
 Skilled and Technical Services Puyallup HS  Skilled and Technical Services Rogers HS  ERHS Skilled Sciences