The West Ada School District has several educational options for your student as they transition to high school. These options focus on Career preparation, with many of our technical education programs, as well as preparation for College through the Baccalaureate program.
Mountain View High School
MVHS main website, click here.
Career and Technical Education (CTE)
Career and Technical Education (CTE) Magnet Programs, previously known as Professional-Technical Education Programs, are career-training classes leading to industry certifications, college credits, and/or industry extern or internships. To visit the CTE program website click here.
Renaissance High School
Renaissance High School focuses on preparing students for College. It is a four-year high school which offers an honors, accelerated choice for students interested in a college prep curriculum. During junior and senior year, a student will have the option of enrolling in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program, Career Program or an Associate Degree Program. Renaissance High School has 210 available spots for each grade level which are chosen through a lottery process. The application process begins right after Winter break and runs through early February for enrollment the following year. To learn more about Renaissance visit their web page by clicking here.
Renaissance High School brochure, click here.
Renaissance High School FAQ, Click here.
Meridian Technical Charter High School
MTCHS offers a unique and comprehensive technical, professional, and academic high school education that prepares students to directly enter the workforce and/or attend college or technical school. Subjects includes computer science, electronics and microcontrollers, network systems, and web design. Students interested in attending MTCHS must apply by early February to be chosen through a lottery process. To learn more about MTCHS click here.
MTCHS parent information presentation, click here.
Meridian Medical Arts Charter
MMACHS empowers their school community with integrity, knowledge, and skills through a rigorous, integrated, site-based health science curriculum. Students have concurrent credit courses available through area colleges as well as many health based certifications: Certified Nursing Assistant, Emergency Medical Technician, and Medical Office Technician. Students interested in attending MMACHS must apply by early February to be chosen through a lottery process.
To learn more about MMACHS click here.