SkillsUSA is the national organization of trade, technical and health education students which emphasizes learning a marketable skill and professionalism. The Stafford High School chapter includes students in Automotive Service, Carpentry, Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Drafting, Electricity, Masonry, Small Engine Repair and Video Production. Officers are elected at the beginning of each school year to coordinate and manage the chapter's events with the teacher advisors. Highlighted activities are the fall elections, citrus fruit sale, officer leadership training, the spring car show, and competitive events at the district, state and national level. In 2019, five Stafford students competed at the national level in Louisville, Kentucky. Alex Keller placed 7th in Architectural Drafting. Kendra Burress placed 13th in Job Skills Demonstration "A". Morgan Altizer and Marina Englunc placed 16th in Additive Manufacturing, and Patrick O'Leary placed 16th in Technical Drafting. Morgan Altizer also earned her certification in Additive Manufacturing Fundamentals.