Save the date! the PSSC Career Campo is scheduled for March 8 at 4:00-6:30 p.m. Students in grades 8 - 10 are encouraged to join us for an action-packed afternoon. You will learn about three different programs offered at PSSC.
Teacher Katelyn Asare was featured in a KING 5 TV news story about her work to support student's social and emotional needs. Katelyn, a teacher in PSSC's VITAL credit recovery program, asks each of her students to write down their strengths and needs each fall. What students tell her is revealing.
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.
Our mission: Preparing our students with skills and knowledge for success in college, career, and citizenship.
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
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
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.
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.
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.
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.