The Automotive Technology pathway provides students with technical training that leads to rewarding careers in the transportation, distribution, and logistic career pathway. Our goal is to provide high quality technical training, inform students about the employment opportunities in the field of automotive technology, and connect classroom lessons to work based learning experiences. Students in this program have an opportunity to earn dual enrollment credit from Bishop State Community College and may become OSHA 10 general industries safety certified. The automotive program includes design engineering, service and repair, and customizing.


-Maintenance & Light Repair A

-Maintenance & Light Repair B

-Maintenance & Light Repair C

-Maintenance & Light Repair D


CRIs Available:

*ASE Certification (multiple available)


Automotive Pathway