Automotive Technology Pathway

  • In the Automotive Technology program students learn will learn hands-on, top auto industry knowledge and skills.  Students begin the Auto Tech program starting in the 10th grade, completing a three course pathway sequence until graduation.  Auto Tech students will not only graduate with industry skills and knowledge, but the possibility to earn two industry certificates: SP-2 Safety Training and the Automotive Service Excellence certificate.

    Students will gain top industry knowledge from experienced instructors, while training in a state of the art auto lab.  Graduates of this pathway will enter their post-secondary schooling or the workforce with a comprehensive background in vehicle diagnostics and repair work.  

    Pathway Course Sequence:

    • Auto Tech I
      10th Grade, semester class
    • Auto II
      11th Grade, full year class
    • Auto III
      12th Grade, full year class

CTE Center-Meridian Campus

  • The Auto Technology program creates an unique academic experience for students in the pathway.  Students will take this three-year sequenced pathway at the CTE Center Meridian Campus.

    This center is located on the Meridian High School campus, in Meridian, Idaho.  It is a state of the art technical center, which houses the West Ada School District's auto, collision, diesel, early childhood education, welding, plant sciences and small gas engine pathways.

    CTE Center Meridian

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Did You Know?

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    Master Auto Mechanics can earn a salary of $70,000-$100,000 per year! 

    Beginning mechanics with formal training and who hold industry certifications have an advantage when entering the workforce.