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About SEATech

want-to-know-moreSoutheast Area Skills Center (SEATech) is one of 15 Skills Centers in Washington State. Skills centers are established to provide access to comprehensive, industry-defined career and technical programs of study that prepare students for careers, employment, apprenticeships, and/or post-secondary education.

SEATech operates as a cooperative school of six local school districts:  College PlaceDayton, PrescottTouchetWaitsburg, and Walla Walla.  SEATech also can serve students from private schools on-line schools and home school students.  SEATech is a branch campus of Tri-Tech and serves area high schools by providing programs that would normally not be offered in a comprehensive high school due to high operative and equipment costs or low student enrollment at the school.

SEATech is designed to help students get a head start on their career goals by providing focused training in specific professions. Programs are designed in three-period blocks allowing the extended time to not only learn the theory of a subject but also get real hands-on experience. The programs are also personalized. Instructor-to-student ratios are low, allowing the Skills Center staff the time to get to know each student and address his/her unique learning styles.

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