Welcome to Career & Technical Education

Student Information

When reporting your student's absence:

Please email: swwcattendance@salineschools.org
Please send the following information:

  • Student Name

  • Symptoms / Illness / Reason for absence

  • Home District

  • SWWC Program student attends

  • Parent / Guardian Name


SWWC 2nd hour: 9:07am-10:18am
SWWC 5th hour: 1:33pm-2:44pm

 

Forms needed for the start of the school year:

SWWC Receipt of Handbook (Must be completed)
 

SWWC Student Handbook

Health Science Only
SWWC Receipt of Health Science Handbook 

SWWC Health Science Student Handbook 


SWWC Long Term Driving Form (only if allowed by your district/admin approval needed)

 

What's Happening

SWWC CO-OP Spotlight: Welding & Liebherr Aerospace Saline Engineering

The South West Washtenaw Consortium (SWWC) provides many opportunities for students to participate in career and technical education outside of their standard high school schedule.

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SWWC Receives Program-Changing Vehicle Donation

Last week, company leaders from Volkswagen of America visited Saline High School to deliver a donation that will change the course of curriculum for our automotive students. Dr. Ryan Rowe, Executive Director of the SWWC, Scot Graden, Saline Area Schools Superintendent, and Tim Timoszyk, Saline H.S. Automotive Technology Instructor, and a handful of students were all present to welcome the new vehicle into the shop. 

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Discrimination Policy

It is the policy of the South and West Washtenaw Consortium not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, height, weight, religion, language, or marital status in its programs, activities, or employment.

Our Mission Statement

We, the member districts as the South and West Washtenaw Consortium, shall best educate students together in areas where individual districts cannot do as well alone. The Career and Technical Education component of the South and West Washtenaw Consortium empowers its students to be productive members of a changing technological world. The students are provided with the knowledge necessary to achieve the requisite skills, positive attitudes, and work habits to meet those goals.