At Snyder High School, we go beyond the books, empowering students to graduate from high school prepared for their future! Students select an area of interest from a variety of available programs that provide everything from classroom learning to real-world training and labs. In addition to building their knowledge base, students build their resumes through internships with local businesses/school-based enterprises and by earning industry-based certifications. Students may also earn college credits in strategic pathways to help them in their pursuit to become career or college ready after high school.
Students have a variety of options when pursuing a pathway at Snyder High School.
In a P-TECH Academy, students earn a high school diploma and professional credentials. These include educational certificates, diplomas, and degrees. Students also engage in work-based education at every grade level, such as internships, apprenticeships, or other forms of job training programs.
With the support of the Texas Education Agency (TEA), we target thriving industries in the region, to address key workforce needs in high-demand fields. The P-TECH Model gives students an opportunity to:
earn an associate degree while earning their high school diploma
earn a two-year postsecondary certificate or industry certification
complete work-based training gain work experience through internships, apprenticeships, or other job training programs
prepare for military enlistment
Snyder High School has partnered with Western Texas College and South Plains College to provide opportunities for students to earn college credits while in high school (Dual-credit), certificates, and Associate of Arts and Associate of Science Degrees!
Students may choose to enroll in a P-Tech program while also taking Dual-Crecit College courses.
Snyder ISD offers Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs in:
Design & Multimedia Arts
Healthcare Therapeutic (P-Tech)
Transportation, Distribution, & Logistics (Auto Mechanics)
Oil & Gas Exploration (P-Tech)
Plant Science (P-Tech)
Programming & Software Development (P-Tech)
Renewable Energy (P-Tech)
Teaching & Training (P-Tech)
Admission to these programs is based on student career interests.
All graduating seniors complete a Captone project in their CTE or Fine Arts area. The students work with mentors and staff to develop an authentic capstone and present their projects at the end of the year capstone fair.
Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
Architecture & Construction
Hospitality & Tourism
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EDUCATION & TRAINING
PLANT SCIENCE | FLORAL DESIGN
Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources
PLANT SCIENCE | GREENHOUSE
Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources
PROGRAMMING & SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics
The Snyder High School Counselors are here to help. Visit their page for academic, emotional, and general support.
They can also help you with the next steps:
Current Students: Counselors assist current Snyder ISD students with High School elective and class selections during the school year.
New Students: For those new to Snyder ISD, the high school counselors are available to assist students in selecting the P-Tech and/or dual-credit courses during the enrollment appointment. After speaking with the high school counselor, completing the Snyder ISD enrollment is imperative that the student complete the following steps in a timely manner.
Complete the Opportunity Tuition Waiver form and Volunteer Hours (Check their page for the deadline). Be sure to review the approved volunteer sites.
Make plans to attend Bridge Camp at Snyder High School in the summer. Bridge camp is a week-long camp that prepares students who plan on taking P-Tech and Dual Credit courses for the upcoming school year. Date TBA.
Counselors assist current Snyder ISD students with Junior High and High School P-Tech enrollment during the school year.
New Students: For those new to Snyder ISD, the high school counselors are available to assist students in selecting the P-Tech pathway during the enrollment appointment. After speaking with the high school counselor, and completing the Snyder ISD enrollment, the student may complete the P-Tech application.
These SBE programs are operational or in development.
Snyder ISD will take steps to assure that lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all employment, educational, and vocational programs.
Snyder ISD’s Title IX administrators have attended Eichelbaum Wardell Hansen Powell & Muñoz P.C.’s “Title IX Administrator Conference.” Materials from this conference in compliance with Section 106.45(b)(10)(i)(D) of the regulations can be found here: https://link.edgepilot.com/s/77b06e79/GVAt7llRkk2iW_9Qf2z7vQ?u=http://www.edlaw.com/materials/title-ix-coordinator-boot-camp.aspx and https://link.edgepilot.com/s/13931ebb/vuprhH4vNkuAbc7-z9D58w?u=http://www.edlaw.com/materials/title-ix-administrator-conference.aspx
For information about your rights or grievance procedures, contact the Title IX Coordinator, Kathy Scott at 2901 37th Street, Snyder, 325-574-8900 and/or the Section 504 Director, Matthew Nelson, at 4300 Avenue V, Snyder, 325-574-8686.
Career and Technology Education Annual Notice (En Español)Snyder ISD does not discriminate on the basis of sex, handicap, race, color, and/or national origins in its educational programs. Admission into career programs is based on age, grade, interest, aptitude and ability. Lack of English language will not be a barrier to admission and participation in any educational program.