WELCOME TO THE BREMERTON SCHOOL DISTRICT CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Career, Technical, and STEM Education (CTE) is a program for middle and high school students. CTE provides students the opportunity to explore various career fields while at the same time experience the relevance between academics and the modern workplace. The goal of Bremerton School District's CTE is to empower all students to be successful citizens, workers and leaders in a global economy.Welcome CTE Students to the 2019-2020 school year!
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Bremerton CTE: Career Readiness in the New Economy
Bremerton's animated video will both invigorate and challenge the evolution of career readiness in our district. In order to be college and career ready, students will need to gain a competitive advantage. Dr. Kevin Fleming makes a clear case for students to explore career choices early, make informed decisions when declaring their college education goal, and to pursue technical skill acquisition and real-world application in tandem with general education.
See the video above!
FCCLA National Leadership Conference
July 2019-Anaheim California
Freshman Students Take GOLD at NATIONALS!
Students, Cynthia Costa (Left) and Caydence Hesch (Right) stand with advisor, Candice Ward
at the FCCLA National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, California.
Robotics Season 2018 Photo Gallery
DECA State Conference Results
Congratulations to the following students who competed in the DECA State Conference in Bellevue!
Divinity Dodge and Grace Kruger received role-play scores of 90 and 86 in Buying and Merchandising Marketing.
Emily Nguyen and Jasmine Palaganas received role-play scores of 92 and 89 in Buying and Merchandising Marketing.
Jessica Linkemyer and Cinthia Reyes received role-play scores of 91 and 93 in Buying and Merchandising Marketing.
Simone Cantal received a score of 84 in Hospitality and Tourism Professional Selling.
SkillsUSA 2017-2018 SY Olympic Region Photography Competition results - congratulations everyone!
On Saturday, January 20th, students from Bremerton, Olympic, and Sequim High Schools competed in a one day long photography contest. The following students had impressive performances:
1st place - Ethan Miraflor
3rd place - Savannah O'Malley
FCCLA 2017-2018 SY Region 1 STAR Events results - congratulations everyone!
Sophia Capdepon earned GOLD in the Chapter Service Project Display category for her presentation on the Bremerton High School FCCLA Blood Drive. She will move on to the state competition in Kennewick, WA this March!
A huge shout-out and thank you to our student volunteers: Regino Santos, Ysabel Kochis, and Angel Frauline Galinato. They evaluated and scored student projects from around the region.
FIRST Robotics - BremerTron Results
Congrats BremerTron Team!
The BHS robotics team "BremerTron" competed in two district events this season. Despite a mediocre performance during qualification rounds, they were able to secure a bid on the number 2 seed alliance and win second place overall in the elimination rounds. This years robot was built by a young team consisting of primary freshman and sophomore members and were a great springboard towards future success.
DECA 2017-2018 SY Area Conference results - congratulations everyone!
Buying and Merchandise
1st place: Divinity Dodge and Grace Kreuger
2nd place: Jasmine Palaganas and Emily Nguyen
4th place: Jessica Linkmeyer and Cinthia Reyes
Hospitality and Tourism Marketing
6th place: Mariel Tancinco and Maileca Gontinas
Tourism Professional Selling
4th place: Simone Cantal
Sports and Entertainment
4th place: James Reed
3rd place: Joash Smith
WCTSMA (Sports Medicine) News
Congrats to the WCTSMA students led by Mrs. Yanuszeski! Here are the results out of over 800 students and 28 schools:
• BHS took 6th in the small school division out of 23 schools.
• Jennifery Price took 8th overall in Anatomy and Physiology with a nearly perfect score on her Identify portion.
• Alissa Guerrero and Rylie Barnett did exceptionally well - they were in the top 1/3 of finishers in the Medical Terminology category.
• D'Andre Johnson finished best in the oral test category (performing an evaluation for an on-the-spot injury). This is his first year attending.
Great job everyone!
FIRST Robotics News
Check out our FIRST Robotics team, led by Mr. Greisinger! We are team 3049 on the Blue Alliance. Our Blue Alliance robots are attempting to deliver gears to spin rotors to attempt to climb the airship for more points! It's rare for all 4 rotors to spin, and have all 3 robots climb. Our team managed to do both in one of the highest scoring matches of the day!
Congratulations to our DECA Club at the state conference, led by Mr. Webb! Sophia Smith recieved a 100/100 on one of her Apparel and Accessories role-plays. That is a first for BHS in the last 15 years! James Reed also scored in the top 7 on his written rest out of 65 competitors in his Sports and Entertainment event. Great job to all!
Congratulations! FCCLA students attended the Region 1 STAR Event in Port Orchard, led by Ms. Fairweather. They competed against students from schools around the area. They had 2 students who scored high enough to earn gold and move on to the state competition in March! Sophia Capdepon got 1st place in Sports Nutrution Junior, and Lucy Holloway got 1st place in Interior Design Senior. Great job all!
Contact Us:Linda HupkaDirector of Career, Technical, and STEM EducationRyan NickelsAssistant Principal, Career and Technical EducationJessica LindbergCareer and Technical Education Office CoordinatorAnnie GambardellaCareer and Technical Education Clerical AssistantPhone: (360) 473-1018134 Marion Ave. N.Bremerton, WA 98312
The Bremerton School District complies with all federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. This holds true for all students who are interested in participation in educational programs and/or extra-curricular school activities. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the District's Title IX/RCW 28A.640:
Section 504 Coordinator:
34 Marion Ave N
Bremerton, WA 98312
Title IX and ADA Coordinator:
134 Marion Ave N
Bremerton, WA 98312