Sno-Isle Skills Center

Sno-Isle Skills Center is a cooperative effort of approximately 14 school districts. Sno-Isle provides students with skills that will prepare them for entry-level jobs after graduation or related post-high school education or training. They offer over 20 courses in five different career pathways.

Students are transported to and from the Skills Center, which is located near Paine Field in Everett. Students spend half a day at the Skills Center and half a day at MHS. Sno-Isle credit appears on the MHS transcript with one year counting as 3.0 credits towards a variety of graduation requirements.

Sno-Isle classes are organized into "Pathways" based on general characteristics of an occupation. The five pathways are:

  • Information Technology
  • Business Marketing and Management
  • Human Services
  • Science & Health
  • Trade and Industry

Applications open in January for entrance into fall classes. Applying is done online. There is an interview process at Sno-Isle later in the spring for students submitting applications. Transportation is provided from MHS. Please visit the Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center website for more information.

Sno-Isle First Day 2022

The MHS First Days schedule announced last week is focused on building community and starting the year successfully. It is important for all students to attend at their designated times so MHS can best serve students, get to know them as individuals, and help them re-engage in the learning community. Because of this, students attending Sno-Isle this fall will not start their Sno-Isle classes until Friday, September 9th: 

On Friday, transportation to Sno-Isle will be: 

  • If you are attending the AM Session bus leaves MHS at 7:40am
  • If you are attending the PM Session bus leaves MHS at 10:25am

If you have any questions please contact: