Programs

Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs give high school students the chance to get a head start on preparing for college and careers. As a CTE student, you have the opportunity to participate in hands-on training in your chosen program and gain real world experience. Students have the opportunity to recieve college credit for South & West Consortium classes. For more information please see Articulation under the Information & Applications Tab or Individual Program.

 

                       HIGHLIGHTS OF SWWC PROGRAMS 

                                                     College Credit Possible through Articulation
                                                                  Hands on Project-Based Learning
                                                                        State of the Art Equipment
                                                                 Excellent Preparation for College
                                                                      Academic Support Available
                                         Classroom Support (Technicians & Paraprofessionals)
                                                                  Safety Training in All Programs
                                                                         Extracurricular Activities

 

               Extracurricular Activities  Available:  

                                                                                             BPA

                                                                            CTE Student Council

                                                                                            DECA

                                                                                           FCCLA

                                                                                              FFA

                                                           Ford/ AAA Student Skills Competition

                                                                                            HOSA

                                                                                         ProStart

                                                                                        Skills USA 

                                                                    WCC Invitational Competition

 

*To see more specifics about Student Organizations/Competitions, please visit the Information Tab or the Individual Program. 

   BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS OF AMERICA

The Saline Chapter of Business Professionals of America competed at the regional competition Friday, January 5th, at Henry Ford Community College.  All chapter participants did a wonderful job representing Saline High School and several members will compete at the state competition in March held at the Amway Grand Hotel in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

 

Jordan Beadaum:  2nd Fundamentals of Spreadsheets 

Lucy Buie:  1st place Advanced Accounting and 2nd place Financial Math and Analysis

Emily Cohen:  3rd  place Payroll Accounting

Aiden Delfucco:  3rd  place Advanced Spreadsheet Application

Anders Jacobsen:  3rd place PC Troubleshooting and 4th place Computer Security

Michael Misiak:  3rd  Business Law and Ethics

Evan Rousch:  6th Fundamentals of Spreadsheets

Logan Swinney:  4th Computer Networking

Ian Winslow:  1st Payroll Accounting and 5th Fundamental Accounting