This program is designed to prepare students for careers in the automotive field by following National Automotive Technology Education Foundation (NATEF) training guidelines in a state of the art facility. It has articulation agreements with Lincoln Tech, Nashville Auto/Diesel and Montgomery College. The “mini dealership” is an integral part of instruction. The Automotive Service Excellence- and NATEF-certified program works with local auto dealerships and independent shops.
This “Project Lead the Way” program, encompasses different medical and health care disciplines. Biomedical scientists try to understand the chemistry and biology of life to diagnose and treat disease, improve health, and ease pain and suffering. In this program, students prepare for college to become doctors, forensic and biotech scientists, engineers, biomedical technicians, and occupational and physical therapists.
The Carpentry Program’s goal is to prepare students for careers in the carpentry field by enabling them to acquire and practice necessary skills in a state-of-the-art shop and on work sites. It has articulation agreements with Montgomery Community College for degrees in construction management. Students receive six college credit hours for the successful completion of this tech area. An articulation agreement with the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) gives students credit for completing their first year of a four-year apprenticeship.
This program’s goal is to provide students with the knowledge and understanding of the systems, tools, processes, and materials used to repair damaged vehicles to showroom condition. It has articulation agreements with Nashville Auto-Diesel, ASE- and NATEF-certified programs. Co-op and work release are available for 12th-graders.