Automotive Technologies


In this program, students will:

Learn to diagnose, maintain and repair vehicles, operate computer diagnostic equipment and perform automotive services, driveability diagnosis, alignments, tire mount and dismount, road balance tires, and electrical troubleshooting.

  • Automotive Service Excellense (ASE) student certification - Braking, Suspension & Steering; Automotive Electronics/Electrical Systems; Engine and Powertrain; and Automotive Engine Performance

  • OSHA 10-hour

Students can earn up to 2 college credits upon successful completion of program courses.

  • Mechanic

  • Auto-parts manager

  • Auto shop owner

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Career Technical Student Organization

Students in this program will participate in the SkillsUSA CTSO.

Roger Page Automotive Technologies Instructor


Roger Page


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