Career & Technical Education
The St. Helens High School Career and Technical Education Program are one of the many reasons why students in the St. Helens School District get an education that is second to none in Oregon. When a student leaves St. Helens High School they will have the skills necessary to compete for high-paying jobs, attend trade schools, community colleges, or a four-year university. Hands-on learning, expert teachers, and connections with the community make our programs stand out above the rest. There are only a handful of schools in the state of Oregon that offers what we do here at St. Helens High School.
With seven different career and technical programs, students at St. Helens High School are able to focus on a career area they are interested in and thrive. Throughout the school year, our programs offer over 40 college credits that will transfer to many community colleges and four-year universities. The best part of it all is that these credits are offered at absolutely no cost to our students. This benefit allows our students to enter college ahead of their peers and graduate early. Please access the links to the left to learn more about each of our programs and do not hesitate to email any of our amazing staff members.
Please visit Oregon Skill Sets for Career Technical Education for career learning focus areas, real time data for knowledge and skills and a Super Search to find related links for occupations, programs, people and groups.
Please see the College & Career center for valuable Trades / Apprenticeship Opportunities .