Dishman Hills High School
(formerly Contract Based Education)
115 S. University Road, Ste. A
Spokane Valley, WA 99206\
Student enrollment: 360
This is a non-traditional school in the West Valley School District.Mica Peak High School
(formerly Barker High School)
16 N. Progress
Spokane Valley, WA 99037
220 high school students participate in 3 programs:
NEWTECH Skill Center
- Core full-day, on-site program Monday through Thursday with classes and teacher-led instruction.
- ITRACC blended-learning program with a flexible schedule of online learning and on-campus teacher support.
- School to Life, a post-high school special-needs transition program.
(a program of Spokane Public Schools)
Students are juniors and seniors.
4141 N. Regal St.
(509) 354-4821 or (509) 354-7470http://www.spokaneschools.org/ontrack/This program
is designed for students who want real-world education, have demonstrated competency by passing 10th grade HSPE, and may or may not be behind in credits. Students have the potential to earn college and/or high school credit.
The Spokane Skills Center offers 16 different vocationally certified programs for our junior or senior students. Contact the counseling office for additional information, or link to http://www.skillscenter.com
. Programs offered include
- Arts & Hospitality, Automotive technology, Broadcast media production, Collision repair, Computer game programming, Web development & database admin., Construction technology, Mobile entertainment installation and repair, Multimedia graphics and printing production, Cosmetology, Criminal justice, Culinary Arts, Dental careers, Veterinary assisting, Welding technology, Medical and nursing careers. Spokane Valley Tech Skills Center
(a program of Central Valley School District)
115 S. University Road
Spokane Valley, WA
Serves School Districts:
Central Valley, East Valley, West Valley and Freeman
Connects high school students
with relevant technical skills and experience for career and college readiness. It gives students hands-on experience in a potential career field or the opportunity to earn college credit. It offers college and career readiness to students. Courses are free
for all high school students in Spokane County, and students can earn high school credit. High school juniors and seniors are offered an expanded list of courses, including Advanced biomedical applications, Advanced engineering applications, Sports medicine, and the Avista Center for Entrepreneurship, Cosmetology, Finance, Fire science, and Aerospace and advanced manufacturing. The school will be adding a computer science program with a focus on
network engineering - the skills to install, maintain and support
computer communication networks. Summer school
is offered to all students entering 9th through 12th grade. There will be 8 classes offered: Aerospace and advanced manufacturing; Cosmetology; Energy and manufacturing; Fire science; Microsoft IT Academy; Sports medicine; Principles of biomedical sciences; and Introduction to engineering design.