Parents and students cleaned up the grounds around Bell Elementary School after school on Friday, October 13.
WANIC Consortium Map includes Bellevue, Everett, Issaquah, Lake Washington, Northshore, Riverview and Snoqualmie Valley School Districts.
Contacts at your Resident High School
Contacts in Bellevue, Everett, Issaquah, Lake Washington, Northshore, Riverview and Snoqualmie Valley School Districts.
WANIC Consortium School District Calendars. Your WANIC class will follow the school year calendar of the district your class is located. This calendar may be different than your home high school.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
As a state-approved interdistrict CTE consortium, WANIC's primary mission is to provide quality, diverse, and cost-effective career and technical education for all students through interdistrict cooperation.
Information for Students
WANIC provides a broad range of outstanding courses for all high school students, which can expand options for the future. All classes encourage both male and female students to enroll. In addition, all WANIC courses are part of a Career Pathway.
Helpful Resources for WANIC students
Tour the state-of-the-art classrooms and classroom labs on the Lake Washington Institute of Technology campus in Kirkland. Dental, Fire & EMS, Health Science (Nursing) and Medical Sciences. Program videos.
- Ensure student access and opportunities, while promoting equity and diversity in programs
- Provide highly challenging, relevant, specialized courses and programs
- Maintain and expand business and industry partnerships and connections
WANIC, the Washington Network for Innovative Careers, is a consortium of seven school districts in the region to the northeast of Seattle, which have been in partnership for over 20 years and share Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. Member districts include Bellevue, Everett, Issaquah, Lake Washington, Northshore, Riverview, and Snoqualmie Valley. As a state-approved interdistrict CTE consortium, WANIC's primary mission is to provide quality, diverse, and cost-effective career and technical education for all students through interdistrict cooperation.
Courses available through WANIC
Courses are available to WANIC students in the following areas: Arts, Media, Communication, and Design; Business Management; Natural Resources and Agri-Science; Engineering, Science, and Technology; Health and Human Services; and Information Technology.
Year-long WANIC courses follow the school schedule for the district where the class is located, which may be different from your home high school's schedule. Classes at the WANIC Skills Center and DigiPen follow the Lake Washington School District schedule.
Business / Community Integration
WANIC constantly looks for ways to enhance the classroom learning experience for students and teachers by making connections to the "real world". Opportunities such as job shadowing, internships, mentoring, field trips, and guest speakers in the classroom are always needed. If you are interested in partnering with us, contact the WANIC office at 425-739-8400.
Resident High School Contacts
Contact information for your resident high school career specialist and registrar, who can assist you in registering for WANIC courses.
Lake Washington Institute of Technology Campus
Driving Directions and maps to Lake Washington Institute of Technology where WANIC classroom labs and administration are located.
A chart that lists most of the high schools and program locations that can be used as a reference for distance and travel time (without traffic).