The College & Career Center is the central location for students and teachers to access career-focused information and activities.  Cooperative Education is the concept of bridging the gap between school and work.


The office of College and Career Readiness has many wonderful things to offer you.  Throughout the school year, colleges, universities, trade schools, military branches and apprenticeship programs come to Shadow Ridge High School to meet with students.  Any interested student can use the link below or the QR code to register for a presentation:










Some scheduled presentations include:

  • UNLV

  • UNLV Honors College

  • UNR

  • CSN

  • Nevada State College

  • Northern Arizona University

  • Weber State University

  • Southern Utah University

  • Portland State University


This link will remain active throughout the school year and will update frequently.  All college visits will take place in the career center unless otherwise noted. Also, you may stop by the career center to get information about scholarships, ASVAB and ACT/SAT registration.  We look forward to helping you plan your next steps.





  • Dixie State University

  • Utah Valley University

  • Northwest Career College

  • Military Branches

  • Cortiva - Massage Therapy

  • The Art Institute of Las Vegas

  • Aveda Institute Las Vegas

  • Seattle University

  • Whittier College

College & Career Center



Inside the Library



6:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., Mon-Fri



Contact Number:

702-799-6699; ext. 4049


College & Career Center Links:

| Scholarship Information |


| College & Career Planning |

| Military Information |

| Nevada College Information |

| Testing Information |




5050 Brent Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89131

Tel: 702-799-6699
Fax: 702-799-4698


Office hours:

M-F 6:30-3:00

*Pursuant to Regulation 5144, students are hereby informed that they will be subject to search when they enter campus after the beginning of the school day. This includes, but is not limited to, unauthorized returns. This notice does not exclude personnel, however, from searching a student at any time should there be a reasonable suspicion of wrongdoing.