Senior students wearing their graduation caps



Ryan Beatty
Career & College Readiness Director

David Carpenter
Career & College Readiness Counselor
Serving: Marysville Pilchuck High School, Heritage High School, Legacy High School, 10th Street Middle School, Marysville Middle School, and Totem Middle School

Alicia Coragiulo
Career & College Readiness Counselor
Serving: Marysville Getchell High School and Cedarcrest Middle School

Randi Miller
Career & Technical Education Secretary


Students who are CCR understand the importance of taking charge of their education and navigating the various pathways connecting education to employment. They actively participate in the Naviance Career & College Planning Program and seek out the assistance and knowledge of the CCR Counselors Mr. Carpenter or Ms. Coragiulo.

Students communicate openly and often with their support systems of parents/guardians, school counselors, teachers, and administrators. They take full advantage of all CTE programs available in their school; watch for opportunities to participate in leadership activities, and take courses that offer high school and college credits.

The Marysville School District CTE programs offer students the rare benefit of experiencing professional training while still in high school. Look closely at your CTE choices and determine which of these courses offer you the most benefit for the career field you are interested in. Decisions made now can make a world of difference in your future. 


Many of the CTE courses offer students an exceptional opportunity to participate in classroom, community, and club leadership organizations. These opportunities afford students an innovative way to gain valuable 21st Century Employability Skills in areas such as:

Learning & Innovating

  • Creativity & Innovation

  • Critical Thinking & Problem Solving

  • Communication & Collaboration

Information, Media & Technology Skills

  • Information Literacy

  • Media Literacy

  • Information, Communications & Technology

Life & Career Skills

  • Flexibility & Adaptability

  • Initiative & Self-Direction

  • Social & Cross Cultural

  • Productivity & Accountability

  • Leadership & Responsibility

Students may participate in local, state, regional, and national career based competitions designed to measure their academic understanding and skills development. In some areas, scholarships, prizes, and awards are available to students as an incentive to continue on their chosen career path. Leadership opportunities such as these are designed to help prepare a student to continue their future education and career goals with a focus on personal responsibility and integrity.