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The St. Croix Regional Technical Center (SCRTC) is dedicated to providing first class occupational preparation for the high school students of Eastern Washington County. Programs are designed for students in grades 10 through 12. Instruction is made realistic so that each student is directly challenged to use the learning opportunities presented to: (1) gain and understand required knowledge, (2) acquire necessary skills, and (3) gain the responsible work attitudes expected of successful employees.
Students spend one-half of their day at their own high school and the remainder of the day at the technical center. Transportation from student's high school is provided. At the center, students spend 25-40% of their time in classroom activities and 60-75% of their time in the shop/lab area. Through the development of skills and good work habits, every attempt is made to make the students' experience as much like the "real world" as possible. Successful completion of a course earns three credits toward graduation.
Application for enrollment in a course at SCRTC is made at the same time that students select their high school courses for the next year.
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