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 five 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
Instead of traditional classrooms, each learning space is designed for a purpose: design lab, discussion den, quiet learning nooks, computer lab, greenhouse, school garden, and CTE-focused spaces for manufacturing, biomedical science, business, and marketing.
Teachers and staff go by their first names. Students are not '9th graders' or 'freshmen' - they are 101s. Students in their second year of high school are 201s.
There is substantial community involvement to ensure career-connected learning. Students will have key experiences during their four years at Envision that are embedded into courses & advisory:
- Career Exploration
- Job Shadows