• Automotive Technology

     It takes more than the turn of a key to make a car go.  Working on today's cars requires and understanding of the science and technology that goes into the modern automobile. 

    The Automotive Technology program at Edison Career and Technology High School will introduce students to the history, evolution and systems of the automobile.  Students will gain necessary experience needed to diagnose, maintain, and fix the many systems that make up today's automobile's

    Automotive Technology is continually changing due to advances in other technological fields.  This course will help students understand how mechanical and electrical systems work through hands-on labs and projects.  Knowledge in these automotive systems will prepare students for real life problem solving.  This course uses a combination of older technology and the latest tools and equipment available for automotive diagnosis. 

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    Articulation Agreement
    School Credit Hours Course Name Course #
    Monroe Community College  Three (3) Automotive Services ATP 100
    Alfred State   Waive Specific First Year Requirements
     Program of Study   
    9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade
    CTE Foundations - AME
    Intro. to Engineering Design - Automotive Rotation (2016-17)
    Intro. to Integrated Technologies Rotation (2017-) 
    Automotive I

    Automotive II  

    Career Opportunities

    Professional Mechanic, Lube Technician, Tire Technician, Parts counter person, Service Writer, Motorcycle technician, Power sports technician, Marine Technician, Fleet maintenance technician

    Post-Secondary Education Opportunities

    Monroe Community College, Alfred State, Morrisville State, UTI Universal technical institute , MMI Motorcycle mechanics Institute, Ohio technical College, UNOH University of Northwestern Ohio, NASCAR technical institute, WyoTech