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About Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center

Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center is a public school in Everett Washington offering technical training for high school students within Snohomish and Island Counties.


Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center, located near Paine Field in Everett, is a cooperative effort of 15 local school districts. The purpose of skills centers like Sno-Isle Tech is to provide preparatory training, certification, and post-secondary credit to students, who can then choose to continue their education, go straight to work, or both. Occupations are organized into broad clusters or “pathways” based on characteristics of the job. The programs offered at Sno-Isle TECH represent these five pathways: Business Marketing & Management, Human Services, Information Technology, Science & Health, and Trade & Industry.

What to Expect at Sno-Isle TECH

Students interested in attending Sno-Isle TECH should have a good attendance record at their sending high school and give careful consideration to their degree of interest in making a commitment to a particular program. This is especially important because the programs are one or two years in length.
There are two sessions each day at Sno-Isle TECH. The first session is from 7:55 to 10:25 each morning. Students then return to their sending high schools to attend their regular afternoon classes.The second session is from 11:10 to 1:40 each afternoon. Students in this session attend their regular classes at the sending high school in the morning. Transportation to Sno-Isle TECH is provided by the sending school district.
Sno-Isle TECH students complete graduation requirements at their sending high school. Students earn 1.5 credits each semester, for a maximum of 3.0 per school year. Many of our programs offer academic equivalency credit opportunities. Students may receive more information on equivalency credit opportunities from their sending school counselor, or by checking the Equivalency Form.
Sno-Isle TECH has articulation agreements with Everett Community College, Edmonds Community College, Shoreline Community College, Lake Washington Technical College, and other community colleges in the area. Through these agreements, students successfully completing selected Sno-Isle TECH programs may receive Dual credit (college credit). Anyone planning to receive college credit must meet with the class instructor about the requirements prior to enrolling.

Business & Marketing

Human Services


Information Technology

Science & Health

Trade & Industry