It is open to all Saint Paul High School students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades. The automotive program follows the Automotive Youth Education Systems (AYES) curriculum, and prepares students for ASE certification. The program has post-secondary articulation agreements with all technical colleges and community colleges within the Minnesota State College and Universities System, as well as Dunwoody College. Students completing two semesters may also be eligible for a summer internship at a local automotive dealership or independent facility. Public transportation will be provided for students attending the program or students may provide their own transportation.
Course: T432111 Maintenance and Light Repair 1
Course: T432131 Maintenance and Light Repair 3
Saint Paul Public Schools Auto Program is housed at Linwood Monroe Community School