metro Silicon Valley Career Technical Education offers state-or-the art programs taught by industry professionals who engage students in rigorous, real-world academics and skills development designed to support their success through college and in their future careers.

The Silicon Valley Career Technical Education offers courses within 12 industry sectors where junior and senior high school students can explore and develop technical skills that will lead them to higher education or into the workplace. Students earn 30 high school credits and college credits through hands-on training

Students attend half-days on the Silicon Valley Career Technical Education campus and half-days at their home high schools for a semester or an entire school year. Free-of-charge busing is available or students may drive or be transported to the campus. Twelve of the courses are UC “a-g” approved.

Silicon Valley Career Technical Education (SVCTE) serves high school students from 32 high schools within the six JPA school districts. Classes are designed specifically for high schools students; adults my register on a space-available basis, only.

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2019 Annual Report 

SVCTE programs

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METROED Contacts:

Alyssa Lynch  - Superintendent

Chuck King - Director of IT

Alecia Myers-Kelley - Principal SVCTE

Sara A. Crowder - Assistant Principal/Program Coordinator

Tony Danh - Webmaster

Martha Larson - Systems Support Specialist/District Registrar



“Preparing Students for College and Careers.”
760 Hillsdale Ave | San Jose, CA 95136
ph: 408.723.6442 | fax: 408.264.7268 |
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