Metropolitan Education District

Preparing Students to Thrive in College and Careers

  • 21 UC 'a-g' Approved Courses
  • 25 Career Technical Education courses available
  • 6.5M The U.S. faces a shortage of 6.5 million skilled workers over the next decade in key industries.
  • 77% 77% of employers from in-demand industries hired an employee because of knowledge and skills gained from their CTE experience.
  • $2.8M Individuals with associate degrees in CTE fields can earn up to $2.8 million in lifetime earnings – the same as bachelor’s degree holders.
  • 94% 94% of students concentrating in CTE graduated high school – 9 percentage points higher than the overall U.S. graduation rate.

Latest News

Staying Social


  • March/April 2024 CTE Newsletter

    March/April 2024 CTE Newsletter

    In this month’s newsletter, we're thrilled to highlight the outstanding achievements of our students, the innovation of our programs, and the dedication of our staff at Silicon Valley Career Technical Education center (SVCTE) and Silicon Valley Adult Education (SVAE).

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  • February 2024 CTE Newsletter

    February 2024 CTE Newsletter

    This month, Metropolitan Education District (MetroED) is embarking on a journey of celebration and appreciation for Career and Technical Education (CTE).

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  • Nov/Dec 2023 CTE Newsletter

    Nov/Dec 2023 CTE Newsletter

    As the sun sets for 2023, I want to acknowledge the students, staff, and programs that helped us rise and shine in our Silicon Valley Career Technical Education (SVCTE) center and the Silicon Valley Adult Education (SVAE) programs in this first semester.   

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  • October 2023 CTE Newsletter

    October 2023 CTE Newsletter

    For years Metropolitan Education District (MetroED) has been known as the hidden gem of Silicon Valley. But this phrase is no longer applicable as the community at large is shining a spotlight on what we do for our students through our high school and adult programs: Silicon Valley Career Technical Education (SVCTE) center and Silicon Valley Adult Education (SVAE).

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