Welcome to the South and West Washtenaw Consortium


   SWWC Competes at Michigan SkillsUSA Contest

Last weekend, the South and West Washtenaw Consortium sent students from our Automotive Technology, Computer Aided Drafting, Computer Aided Manufacturing, Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Graphic Communications, Photography, and Welding classes to compete at the Michigan SkillsUSA contest. It was held in Grand Rapids April 5-7, with competing taking place Friday and Saturday and the awards ceremony on Sunday morning. It is a very competitive environment with extremely talented kids in each field. All who made it to this level to compete should consider it quite an accomplishment. Students spent the weekend working hard and making us proud! State winners go to the National Competition, the SkillsUSA Championships, in Louisville, Kentucky in June.

Advertising Design: Erin Reilly (3rd Place)
Architectural Drafting: Joey Yaklin (3rd Place), Christian Laycock (1st Place)
Cosmetology: Lillian St. Charles (2nd Place), Olivia Tikker (1st Place)
Graphic Communications: Jordan Martin (1st Place)
OXY Welding: Cameron O’Day (3rd Place)
Photography: Rosie Kendall (2nd Place), Ashlyn Murphey (1st Place)
Technical Drafting: Ruth Sullivan (2nd), Emma King (1st Place)
TIG Welding: Matt Polloni (3rd Place)


April 8, 2019
DECA's State Career Development Conference

In early March, thirty-one Saline DECA members spent the weekend in Detroit competing at DECA's State Career Development Conference.

March 12, 2019
Culinary Arts Students Help Cater Masquerade Ball

On March 9th the culinary arts students joined forces with Salt Springs Brewery, Mac's Acadian Seafood Shack, Brecon Grill, and Maureen's Designs to cater the 2nd Annual Masquerade Ball, benefiting Saline Social Services.

February 25, 2019
Regional FFA Leadership Conference Results

Saline FFA moves on to state Leadership Finals.

Our Mission Statement

We, the member districts as the South and West Washtenaw Consortium, shall best educate students together in areas where individual districts cannot do as well alone. The Career and Technical Education component of the South and West Washtenaw Consortium empowers its students to be productive members of a changing technological world. The students are provided with the knowledge necessary to achieve the requisite skills, positive attitudes, and work habits to meet those goals.

Discrimination Policy

It is the policy of the South and West Washtenaw Consortium not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, height, weight, religion, language, or marital status in its programs, activities, or employment.