District Wide Broadcast Message


card header iconWelcome to River City High School's CTE Extension Campus!

Washington Unified School District career and technical education (CTE) programs prepare students by providing them with industry-specific knowledge and skills critical for successful employment in a wide range of high-wage, high-skill, and high-demand careers.  

WUSD's Career Technical Education Department offers sequences of courses or pathways in 9 career areas. Refer to the pages on the left to learn more about WUSD's Career and Technical Education pathways. With the aid of local industry partners, many of our programs offer work-based learning opportunities including mentoring, guest speakers, job shadowing, and internships.  

Each of our career and technical education pathways prepares students to enter employment directly following high school and/or prepares students to continue their educational and career goals in aligned programs at local colleges. In addition, our programs have been designed with regular input from advisory committee members who keep our programs relevant with up-to-date industry expectations and standards. 

Combined with other academic offerings, students enrolled in Career Technical Education are able to meet UC/CSU A-G college entrance requirements as well as high school graduation requirements and career goals.

card header icon FFA Represents at the Yolo County Fair

Two of our FFA students took home awards at the 2018 Yolo County Fair. Zoe Anderson took 3rd place with her Market Hampshire Lamb and Anna Kelley placed 4th for Novice Chicken Showmanship!  

card header iconBITA Students Build Tiny House

Our summer high school BITA Construction class was busy during the summer building their very first Tiny House. They learned skills such as framing, flooring, window and door installation and roofing all while having fun. We are so proud of them and their accomplishment.

card header iconLittle Shop of Horrors Photo Call

card header iconAnnouncements

The River City  team won the CREATE Best presentation award for their project among 10-12 different schools participating in the event. 

Scholarships for college: Andrew Herrera $500 and Courtney Kersey $1600

Jun Genon won the Leadership Award from the team

Flora Cox got the Golden Ticket to the Summer Academy worth $1100

Mrs. Sedikeh Yusufi got the CREATE Mentoring program Outstanding Teacher of the year award

Congratulations students and Mrs. Yusufi!

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female student holding check for $1600
students and teachers posing for a picture
students holding awards, certificates and checks