I'm so proud of the Cascadia Tech Academy staff. They have gone the extra mile to make their classes so educationally meaningful in this Zoom instructional environment.
The Automotive program is one such program that made their classes come alive with in-person and Zoom student teaming and the use of safe and valuable Internship opportunities for their 2nd-year students.
Read on and learn more about our Automotive program.
Taeler, a 2017 Aviation program graduate, has officially earned her Commercial Pilot’s license, her instrument, and multiengine ratings.
Automotive Technology Spotlight
Cascadia Tech Automotive Technology program is recognized by the industry as the top high school automotive training course in the region.
This program provides a two-and-a-half-hour block of time split between the auto shop and related classroom work. The hands-on work and related instruction are based upon ASE educational standards, which include the skills, personal traits, and knowledge required to achieve entry-level employment in the automotive industry.
Cascadia Tech's 2nd year Automotive student Peyton Lawson (on right) observes a body repair technician at work at the Dick Hannah Body Shop
Cascadia Tech's 2nd Automotive student Johnathan Gallardo assists with an oil change at Dick Hannah Honda
Cascadia Tech's 2nd year Automotive student, Joseph Nikolaychuk and his mentor at the Dick Hannah Body Shop
Cascadia Tech's 2nd Year Automotive student Dakota Larson patches a tire with his mentoring technician at Dick Hannah Chrysler. Dakota received a perfect score on his SkillsUSA competition job interview with Dick Hannah and has been offered a job by the Chrysler dealership.