Washington Vocational Public Schools

All Schools
(17)
High Schools
(16)
Elementary
(1)
There are 17 vocational public schools in Washington.
Vocational schools offer a series of courses which directly prepare individuals in paid or unpaid employment in jobs that have requirements other than a baccalaureate or advanced degree.
Minority enrollment is 37% of the student body (majority Hispanic), which is less than the Washington state average of 40%.
The student:teacher ratio of 4:1 is less than the state average of 19:1.

Washington Vocational Public Schools

  • School Location Students Grades
  • VancouverClark County Skills Center
    12200 Ne 28th St
    VancouverWA98682
    (360)604-1050

    n/a

     students | Gr. 9-12
  • KirklandLake Washington Technical Academy
    11605 132nd Ave Ne
    KirklandWA98034
    (425)739-8100

    n/a

     students | Gr. 11-12
  • TumwaterNew Market Vocational Skills Center
    7299 New Market St Sw
    TumwaterWA98501
    (360)570-4500
    3 students | Gr. 11-12
  • Port AngelesNorth Olympic Peninsula Skills Center
    905 West 9th St
    Port AngelesWA98363
    (360)565-1533

    n/a

     students | Gr. 9-12
  • La ConnerNorthwest Career & Technical Academy/a Washington High School
    305 North 6th St
    La ConnerWA98257
    (360)466-3171

    n/a

     students | Gr. 11-12
  • Bainbridge IslandOdyssey Multiage Program Elementary School
    9530 Ne High School Rd
    Bainbridge IslandWA98110
    (206)780-1387
    119 students | Gr. 1-8
  • SpanawayPierce County Skill Center Summer School
    516 176th St East
    SpanawayWA98387
    (253)683-5950

    n/a

     students | Gr. 7-12
  • Spanaway
    Pierce County Skills Center
    516 176th St East
    SpanawayWA98387
    (253)683-6951
    145 students | Gr. 7-12
  • SeattleSea-tac Occupational Skills Center
    18010 8th Ave South
    SeattleWA98148
    (206)433-2524

    n/a

     students | Gr. 10-12
  • EverettSno-isle Skills Center
    9001 Airport Rd
    EverettWA98204
    (425)348-2220

    n/a

     students | Gr. 11-12
  • SpokaneSpokane Area Professional-technical Skills Center
    N 4141 Regal St
    SpokaneWA99207
    (509)354-7420

    n/a

     students | Gr. 9-12
  • KennewickTri-tech Skills Center
    5929 West Metaline Ave
    KennewickWA99336
    (509)222-6517
    465 students | Gr. 9-12
  • AberdeenTwin Harbors A Branch Of New Market Skills Center
    410 North G St
    AberdeenWA98520
    (360)538-2044

    n/a

     students | Gr. 9-12
  • RedmondWashington Network Of Innovative Careers High School
    Wanic
    RedmondWA98052
    (425)702-3283
    1 students | Gr. 9-12
  • WenatcheeWenatchee Valley Technical Skills Center
    327 East Penny Rd
    WenatcheeWA98801
    (509)662-8827
    5 students | Gr. 9-12
  • BremeronWest Sound Technical Skills Center
    101 National Ave
    BremeronWA98312
    (360)473-0550
    3 students | Gr. 11-12
  • YakimaYakima Valley Technical Skills Center
    1116 South 15th Ave
    YakimaWA98902
    (509)573-5001
    11 students | Gr. 9-12

State Statistics

About This State (WA) (WA) State Statistics Nationwide Statistics
Population (Approximate) 6,454,847 people 304,788,178 people
Age 25+ w/College Degree 29% 25%
Median Household Income $50,581 $46,250
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