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Announcements

  • Fashion Design & Marketing Fund Raiser

    The Fashion program is accepting bags of clothing, shoes, bedding/towels, accessories - hats, mittens, socks, purses, jewelery, etc. This fund raiser is for trips to WSU, New York, CWU, Nike and Fashion conference. the items will be donated, but the class makes money on the weight of the donation. For more information call instructor Jill Price-Crawley 206-631-7317 or email at jill.pricecrawley@highlineschools.org. Address for drop-off is 18010 8th Avenue S., Burien, WA 98148.

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  • New Health Sciences Building Opens

    Medical and dental students at the Puget Sound Skills Center opened the doors to real-life work experiences in a brand new Health Sciences Building. We celebrated the grand opening on September 22. See photos.

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  • NEW! Biomedical Research & Global Health Program

    PSSC is excited to introduce a new program in partnership with Seattle Children's Research Institute. The Biomedical Research & Global Health program is intended to help prepare students for the many different career opportunities in biomedical research and health care.

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  • Puget Sound Skills Center Video

    Watch our new video created by students about the Puget Sound Skills Center!

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  • Student PSSC printable FORMS for 2017-18!

    Each student needs to bring a set of these forms to their instructor at PSSC. This is a mandatory, you can also ask for them from your instructor on your first day of classes.

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  • The Story Behind the New Health Sciences Building

    A lot of thought and collaboration went into designing the new Health Sciences Building at the Puget Sound Skills Center, where high school students will get real-life work experience. Read about it in the Daily Journal of Commerce.

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  • Check Out the 2017-18 Course Guide

    Your future starts here! At PSSC, you can earn college credit, industry certification, and high school credit. Our instructors are industry leaders and offer hands-on training. Check out our 2017-18 Course Guide to see the exciting list of courses we offer at PSSC.

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  • Dine at the Class Act Restaurant

    The Class Act Restaurant is run by high school students at the Puget Sound Skills Center. The restaurant is open Wednesday - Friday for breakfast and lunch.

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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

  • How Do You Want Your Child to Feel at School?

    We are launching an online conversation to get your input on how to support the social and emotional well-being of students. Your ideas will be used as we renew our strategic plan, which will guide our work in schools for the next five years.

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  • 4 Years, 11 Paths, 1 Big Goal

    Four years, 11 students, countless challenges and one big, bold goal are at the center of a new documentary set in Highline Public Schools. "Eleven Paths" follows 11 Highline students from freshman through senior year of high school. You can view this compelling film and a Q & A panel with the students featured in it online.

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  • Response to DACA from the School Board & Superintendent

    The Highline School Board and Superintendent Susan Enfield are sending a clear and strong message of protection and reassurance to all students and families in the district. Read the letter to families. A similar message was sent to all staff.

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  • 19K+ Reasons To Celebrate the New School Year

    We're back! Classrooms are buzzing with excitement as the 2017-18 school year officially kicks off. Our schools are full of students eager to learn and grow. Our teachers and staff are ready to inspire, motivate and educate!

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  • Back-to-School Checklist: 9 Things to Do Before September 6

    Time to gear up! School starts Wednesday, September 6 for students in grades 1-12 and Monday, September 11 for kindergarten students. Here are 9 things to do before the first day of school.

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