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Meets on the 3rd Thursdays of each month in the Cafeteria
SkillsUSA Chapter 432

SkillsUSA Chapter 432

SkillsUSA is a national organization serving more than 300,000 high school and college/postsecondary students and professional members in career and technical education training programs. Through SkillsUSA, students gain self-esteem, pride in their work, and leadership and professional development skills to help them make a smooth transition from school to the workplace.
Social Media

Social Media

Remind messages are available! Text @phssk to 81010,
STEAM Group: Pioneer High A.C.E.S./SkillsUSA
Instagram: @phsskillsusa
Snapchat: phsskillsusa
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Sophie Bunn - Gold Medal Winner Internet of Things and Smart Home

56th annual SkillsUSA leadership and skills conference.

Closing and awards ceremony for the 56th annual SkillsUSA leadership and skills conference.

SkillsUSA Fundraiser

SkillsUSA Local Competion

SkillsUSA Local Competition

SkillsUSA Local Competition

SkillsUSA Local

SkillsUSA Local Competition

SkillsUSA Local Competition



Below are the following classes that offer competitions at SkillsUSA conferences.
All members can compete in any event. Contact the advisor in charge for more details.
Skill Contests (Open to students in the following classes)
Maker: IoT - Mr. Bayne:
Internet of Things and Smart Home
Drone Programming - Mr. Bayne:
Computer Programming
Commercial sUAS (Drone)
Inventing Smart Solutions: Connecting Computer Science and Sustainable Design - Mr. Bayne
Culinary Arts (all levels) - Mr. Morse:
Commercial Baking
Culinary Arts
Leadership Development (open to all students)
Extemporaneous Speaking
Prepared Speech
Job Interview
Promotional Bulletin Board (Team of 3)
Outstanding Chapter (Team of 3)
Opening Closing Ceremonies (Team of 7)
Creed (Freshman only)
20-Second Elevator Speech (Freshman only)
What are we about?

What are we about?

We teach students positive Leadership skills through Chapter and Conference participation.
We promote Team skills through team events and class curriculum.
We demonstrate great Citizenship through Professional Development.
Work Ethic
We encourage strong Work Ethic through class and chapter deadlines.
Character Development
We promote Character Development through continued enrollment in our Chapter.
Pride in the Dignity of Work
We show the Pride in the Dignity of Work by offering scholarships and opportunity for advancement in competition.
Involvement in Community Service
We provide the opportunity to give back through the Community through Chapter sponsored events.
SkillsUSA Calendar

SkillsUSA Calendar

  • PHS SkillsUSA