GRADES SERVED: 11th and 12th
Crossland High School, Gwynn Park High School, Laurel High School, and Suitland High School
WEBSITE: Career and Technical Education
SOCIAL MEDIA: @PGCPSCTE
TRANSPORTATION: Transportation will be provided for students who are accepted into the programs.
The Automotive Technician Program incorporates Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) program certification standards and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) standards. Students in the Automotive Technician Program learn how to diagnose and repair components in the engine, transmission, and transaxle systems of automotive vehicles. Students also gain valuable experience with working under the hood and using computerized diagnostic equipment and specialty tools. Students also learn to use their knowledge of engines, critical thinking, and problem solving skills to maintain and repair cars and light vehicles.
Any 10th grade student with an interest in Automotive Technology can apply.
During the Specialty Program Application Window