Congratulations SVCTE Award Winners!

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Certificates will be mailed home to all students.

If you have moved please send an email to with your name, your old address and the new address by June 10, 2020.  If you do not receive your certificate by June 30, 2020 please call 408-723-6401.

New: SVCTE Distance Learning Plan


Order of the Health Officer of the County of Santa Clara

New Orders will go into Effect on May 22, 2020

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The Second Harvest of Silicon Valley remains committed to providing nutritious food to anyone who needs it and they are supplying meals for students in Santa Clara County schools.

Join us in helping Second Harvest respond to the increased need to raise funds for food for community members throughout Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. If we hit our goal of $1,000, we will provide $2,000 meals for local families who need them now, more than ever.


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High School Students

Silicon Valley Career Technical Education educates eligible high school students for success in careers and college in a professional, hands-on environment. Courses are offered within 11 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.

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Adult Students

Our daytime high school program accepts adults on a space-available basis. Adults pay a registration fee and are required to register in person. Our programs prepare adults with new employable skills to achieve their full potential. Some courses offer certifications that prepare adults to quickly re-enter the workforce.

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24Career Technical Education courses available

6 out of 10 students plan to pursue a career related to the CTE area they explore in high school.
— NRCCUA and ACTE (2016)
The average high school graduation rate for students concentrating in CTE programs is 93%.
— U.S Department of Education (2014)

88% CTE students plan to continue to postsecondary education

— U.S. Department of Education (2014)
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