Silver Certified Pathways

Silver certification demonstrates that pathways have the core components of a high-quality Linked Learning pathway in place, serves as an important milestone in the journey towards quality and equity, and provides an opportunity for the community to recognize and celebrate pathway accomplishments. The pathways listed here have all been awarded Silver certification.

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Number of Pathways

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Number of Schools

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Number of Districts

Agriculture and Natural Resources Pathways

Agriculture and Natural Resources pathways integrate technical and academic skills to prepare students for a wide range of careers in agriculture, animal science and natural resources. These pathways prepare the next generation of agriculture leaders and stewards of our natural resources.

Fresno Unified School District
Agriscience & Technology, Sunnyside High School

Eco-Tech, Herbert Hoover High School

Arts, Media, and Entertainment Pathways

Arts, Media, and Entertainment pathways support students interested in pursuing careers in digital media and the creative arts. These pathways ready students for careers in graphic design and jobs “in front of the camera” like acting, as well as “behind the scenes” roles including directing, technical theatre, and more.

Fresno Unified School District
Arts, Media and Entertainment, Herbert Hoover High School

Multimedia & Marketing, Sunnyside High School

Los Angeles Unified School District
Animation, School for the Visual Arts and Humanities, RFK Community Schools

Arts, Media, Entertainment Magnet (AMEM), Reseda Charter High School

Global Media Studies Magnet, Grover Cleveland Charter High School

Los Angeles School of Global Studies at the Miguel Contreras Learning Complex

Pasadena Unified School District
Creative Arts Media and Design, Pasadena School

San Bernardino City Unified School District
Art and Visual Communications, Pacific High School

Digital Design, Indian Springs High School

IB Film Theory and Production, Cajon High School

Theater Arts, Cajon High School

Technical Theatre, Indian Springs High School

Independent Charter
Performing Arts, Oakland School for the Arts

Video Production, Port of Los Angeles High School

Building and Construction Trades Pathways

Building and Construction Trades pathways offer students relevant and challenging academic and career-related experiences in the construction sector. These pathways prepare students to lead in architecture, construction management, and innovative building technologies.

Fresno Unified School District
Innovative Design and Applied Technology Academy, Erma Duncan Polytechnic High

Independent Charter
Construction, Port of Los Angeles High School

Welding, Port of Los Angeles High School

San Bernardino City Unified School District
Constructions Occupations Pathway, San Gorgonio High School

Business and Finance Pathways

Business and Finance pathways introduce students to the basics of personal finance, develop techniques for making wise consumer decisions, master economic principles, and learn how businesses operate.

Fresno Unified School District
Finance & Entrepreneurship, McLane High School

Visalia Unified School District
Academy of Business Finance, Golden West High School

Education, Child Development, and Family Services Pathways

Education, Child Development, and Family Services pathways prepare students to enter the workforce as highly skilled, passionate teachers, counselors, and service providers in their communities.

San Bernardino City Unified School District
Behavioral Health & Human Services, Cajon High School

Childcare Occupations Pathway, San Gorgonio High School

Teaching Academy, Arroyo Valley High School

Sanger Unified School District
Education and Child Development Pathway, Sanger High School

Energy, Environment, and Utilities Pathways

Energy, Environment, and Utilities pathways prepare students for training, employment, and/or postsecondary education in a variety of environmental industries. Students go on to lead work in green energy technology, environmental sciences, and conservation.

Oakland Unified School District
Green Energy Pathway, Skyline High School

Engineering and Architecture Pathways

Engineering and Architecture pathways combine rigorous core academics with highly relevant career-technical learning opportunities to prepare students for the full range of industry careers. Graduates of these pathways are prepared to enter postsecondary and workforce opportunities in architectural design, engineering technology, and more.

Antelope Valley Union High School District
Engineering, Palmdale High School

Fresno Unified School District
Engineering Design & Development, Edison High School

Long Beach Unified School District
Cabrillo Engineering and Design, Cabrillo High School

CAMS, California Academy of Mathematics and Science

San Bernardino City Unified School District
PLTW Engineering, San Bernardino High School

Visalia Unified School District
Academy of Architecture & Engineering, Redwood High School

Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation Pathways

Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation pathways prepare students for a wide array of careers in their communities through hands-on learning in fields like hotel management, tourism entrepreneurship, and more.

Long Beach Unified School District
Hospitality and Culinary Arts, Richard D. Browning High School

Health Science and Medical Technology Pathways

Health Science and Medical Technology pathways integrate real, relevant medical and health sciences content across disciplines to prepare students to enter a variety of healthcare fields. Students in Health Science and Medical Technology pathways go on to serve their communities as doctors, nurses, physicians assistants, and public health leaders.

Antelope Valley Union High School District
Biomedical Science Academy, Littlerock High School

Colton Unified School District
Health Education and Leadership (HEAL Medical), Colton High School

Fresno Unified School District
Biomedical Sciences & Technology, Edison High School

Health Academy, Roosevelt High School

Health Sciences, Sunnyside High School

Medical Education & Research Academy (MERA), McLane High School

Medical Academy of Science and Health, Erma Duncan Polytechnical High

Long Beach Unified School District
AIMS Academy, Jordan High School

Health and Medical, Ernest McBride Sr High School

School of Medicine and Biotechnology, Wilson High School

Los Angeles Unified School District
Biotechnology, Orthopedic Hospital Medical Magnet High School

Oceanside Unified School District
Health Careers Academy, Oceanside High School

San Bernardino City Unified School District
Health Academy, Indian Springs High School

Biomedical Science Academy, San Gorgonio High School

San Diego Unified School District
Biomedical Science and Technology, Kearny BST

Information and Communication Technologies Pathways

Information and Communication Technologies pathways prepare students for the digitalized workplace by equipping them with high demand, high wage skills and competencies that will make them leaders in their chosen careers. Graduates from these profiles go on to be leaders in information sciences, cybersecurity, computer engineering, and more.



Independent Charter
Computer Science and Design Innovation, East Bay Innovation Academy

Los Angeles Unified School District
STEAM, Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School

Technology Preparatory Academy, Cesar E. Chavez Technology Preparatory Academy

San Bernardino Unified School District
AniVation Tech Academy, Arroyo Valley High School

Manufacturing and Product Development Pathways

Manufacturing and Product Development pathways prepare students for a wide range of college and career opportunities in product innovation, design, and manufacturing.

Long Beach Unified School District
ACE Academy, Jordan High School

San Bernardino City Unified School District
machining Pathway, Indian Springs High School

Marketing, Sales, and Service Pathways

Marketing, Sales, and Service pathways prepare students to lead in the areas of marketing, finance, accounting, information technology, entrepreneurship, and economics.

Fresno Unified School District
Business, Entrepreneurship, & Technology, Phillip J Patino School of Entrepreneurship

San Bernardino Unified School District
Marketing & Advertising, Indian Springs High School

Public Services Pathways

Public Services pathways prepare students to be community leaders in an array of careers. Students go on to postsecondary and career opportunities in law, public safety, government, and more.

Antelope Valley Union High School District
Public Service Academy, Highland High School

Fresno Unified School District
Public Service, Herbert Hoover High School

Public Service, Roosevelt High School

Long Beach Unified School District
School of Leadership and Public Service, Wilson High School

Los Angeles Unified School District
Law and Public Service Magnet, Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School

Public Services, Social Justice Leadership Academy Magnet at Esteban E. Torres High #5

School of Law and Social Justice, John C. Fremont High School

Oceanside Unified School District
Academy of Justice, Oceanside High School

Transportation

Transportation pathways emphasize real-world, occupationally relevant experiences across a wide range of expertise and focus. Students in transportation pathways go on to make significant contributions in planning, operations, engineering, and more in transportation fields.

San Bernardino City Unified School District
Automotive Technologies, Cajon High School

Automotive Technology Pathway, San Gorgonio High School

Last updated May 2024.