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Announcements

Mission

  • Our mission: Preparing our students with skills and knowledge for success in college, career, and citizenship.

Principal

  • Todd Moorhead Dear Families,

    Welcome to Puget Sound Skills Center (PSSC). We serve students in 18 college and career preparation programs. Our mission is to prepare each of our students for success in college, a meaningful career, and global citizenship. Our dedicated teaching and support staff strongly believe in and support the PSSC mission by knowing each student by name, strength, and interest.

    We work in partnership with Highline, Federal Way, Tukwila, and Tahoma School Districts, serving 22 partner high schools in two daily sessions. Additionally, we have created a third session for after-school students who want to experience one of our programs outside their regular school schedule. Please call us if you are interested in exploring the opportunities our career and technical education programs have to offer. We can schedule a personalized tour for you.

    We have strong relationships with local businesses, community groups, civic organizations and parents. Please feel free to stop by and visit with us to see how our teachers, support staff, and administration team are preparing students for their future endeavors. Read more about PSSC here.
     
    Sincerely,

    Todd Moorhead
    Principal
     

About Us

News

  • 5 Bold Goals for 2018-2023

    What if the entire community rallied around our promise to know every student by name, strength and need and our goal for every student to graduate prepared for the future they choose? Our updated strategic plan points the way.

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  • Highline Levy Passing

    It appears our levy measure will pass, with early results showing more than 58% voting in favor of renewal. “I am grateful to voters for their support of our students and schools. Local funding for our schools is critical,” said Superintendent Susan Enfield.

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  • Remember to Vote by February 13

    Election day is Tuesday, February 13. If you live in Highline boundaries, our educational programs and operations levy is on your ballot. The measure replaces an expiring levy.

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  • We're Listening: Social-Emotional Learning

    It's time to share what we heard in a recent online community conversation about social and emotional learning in Highline. Two themes emerged from the online conversation.

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  • Why Run a Levy? Hear From a Student

    There is a gap between what the state funds and the education Highline provides to students. Levy funds make up the difference. Mount Rainier High School student Cassidy Huff explains why we have the bond measure on the ballot and what it will fund.

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Planning & Construction

  • Keeping Our Promise

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