The new Career Technical Education (CTE) Justice Center on the school’s campus has finished construction and is ready to open.
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Dalia Gonzalez is a 2020 graduate of Monache High School’s Environmental Sciences Academy (ESA). She attends Porterville College and works for FoodLink Tulare County.
“Leaders forged here.” It is the first thing you see when entering the Porterville Military Academy office, and it’s the main thing you will remember when you leave the campus.
The Porterville Unified School District (PUSD) Pathways Department held their annual “Mentors Conference” for over 700 11th grade Pathway students on Wednesday, November 4th.
The Career Technical Education (CTE) Standards for California Public Schools were designed to prepare students to be both Career and College ready and to prepare them for future careers. The standards, written for grades seven through twelve, specify learning goals in 58 career pathways organized around 15 industry sectors.
Over 50 pathways students participated in this pilot system through Nepris.
The PUSD Pathways' summer camps and Future Ready Lab are underway and the camps are completely full with the number of students who have signed up to participate in them throughout the summer.
Monache High School Manufacturing and Construction Technology Academy students and River Ridge Institute located above Springville recently invented a way to teach students at home and offer them something a bit different.
Porterville Unified School District has more of a right — by far — than any other district in the state to give itself the title “California’s Pathway to Education.”
Senior Pathways students from HMA helping by 3D printing and assembling from home.
At A Glance
- 99% Graduation Rate
- 14 Open Choice High School Pathways Programs
- 92% College Attendance