For English Language Arts (ELA), Math, Science, Social Studies, Physical Education, and other CTE courses, we utilize the North Thurston Public Schools curriculum.
We offer four CTE pathways to graduation:
Follow each link below to visit the OSPI CTE website for more information on the program.
Envision Career Academy requires (24 credits):
- 4 credits English Language Arts
- 2 credits Mathematics (Algebra & Geometry)
- 3 credits Science
- 3 credits Social Studies
- 10 credits Career & Technical Education (CTE) (this includes 1 credit of CTE math for the 3rd year of math)
- 2 credits Physical Education
This aligns with the district and state graduation requirements, including credits and graduation assessments
Unique Environment & Learning Spaces
Envision combines traditional classroom designs with real-world, problem-based projects that include CTE classroom spaces such as a design lab, discussion den, quiet learning nooks, internet café, greenhouse, school gardens, and CTE-focused spaces for manufacturing, biomedical and agricultural sciences, business, and marketing.
Teachers and staff go by their first names. Students are not referred to by the antiquated 'freshmen', ‘sophomores’ and so on. They are simply 9s, 10s, 11s, and 12s.
Five Key Experiences
One thing that differentiates Envision is that we offer students the opportunities to engage in Five Key Experiences during their four years at Envision that are embedded into our re-envisioned Wednesdays:
- Career Exploration
- Job Shadows
- Career Mentorships
- Service Learning / Community Service
We welcome more and more community involvement to support these Five Key Experiences and ensure career-connected, cross-content learning. Please contact Envision if you or someone you know would like to get involved, please contact us!