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Explore automotive maintenance & design!
The Autmotive Technology program offers students a chance to explore the field of automotive maintenance while learning critical skills that can be applied to a wide variety of fields, including manufacturing and engineering.
Juniors start off with Auto Tech I and learning the basic of autmotive maintenance, including oil changes, brake and engine repair, and steering and suspension. Seniors continue on to Auto Tech II, where they explore computer system theory application and design, engine performance, and advanced electrical work.
Career & College Preparation
Graduates can kick off their career with an entry-level automotive industry position, such as a maintenance technician. College-bound students can start off their freshman year with dual and articulated college credit from Metropolitan Community College: Longview.
Last year was a busy year for our students and teachers! Jessica Riley took home first place in two categories at the SkillsUSA 2017 State Competition, including Mobile Electronics and Job Skills Demonstration. Justin Bright took home first place in Automotive Service. Both students competed at the national level this summer.
Mr. Bill Lieb, our Auto II instructor, received the Vision KC Educator of the Year Award.
CTC alumni Jonathan Robertson traveled to the WorldSkills 2017 Competition in Abu Dhabi and competed in the automotive category. Jon is currently studying diesel mechanics at Pitt State University.