Automotive Services

Automotive students in Lab

Automotive Services 
introduces students to automotive service and repair. Students perform selected skilled services outlined in National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) requirements using specialized tools and equipment on late-model vehicles. Students learn Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certified skills through computerized content instruction, shop demonstrations, diagnostic testing, and hands-on activities performed on shop vehicles.Students will be expected to complete ASE certification exams at each level of the program


Completion of the program prepares students for certification in the following areas:

  • Automatic Transmission and Transaxle 
  • Brakes            
  • Electrical/Electronic Systems
  • Engine Performance
  • Engine Repair
  • Heating and Air Condition
  • Manual Drivetrain
  • Suspension and Steering


Graduates from this program have a great start on these  potential careers:

  • Automotive Machinist
  • Auto Shop Owner
  • Automotive Service Technician
  • Collision Technician
  • Collision Estimator
  • Service Advisor
  • Parts Professional



Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

Automotive Service Technology

Technology Education

Auto Service 1 and 2

Auto Service 3 and 4

CWE or Dual Enrollment Option


Automotive Service Tech 1 #62.441 0.0 AND 
Automotive Service Tech 2 #62.4420.0 

Students in Automotive Service Tech 1 and 2 complete various ASE modules focusing on ASE Supplemental Tasks (AO) such as safety, tool use, Electrical and Electronic Systems Repair (AST A6), and Heating and Air Conditioning Service (MLR A7). Students also learn basic automotive shop communication, procedures, how to prepare a vehicle for service, and complete an automotive shop repair order (RO).

Automotive Service Tech 3 #62.4430.4 (H) AN
Automotive Service Tech 4 #62.4440.4 (H)

Students in Automotive Service Tech 3 and 4 study Suspension and Steering (AST A4) and Brakes (AST AS). Students learn strategy-based diagnostic routines to help interpret and verify customer concerns. The students perform tests and inspections using special tools and scan tools to determine the cause of problems. Through the inspection, testing, or measurement of components process, the student will be able to apply this knowledge to determine needed repairs and repair vehicle.


Justin Rowlands 
Auto Services Teacher

I grew up working on cars practically my entire life. I have been racing cars since I was 4.5 years old. My passion for cars runs deep which lead me to get a college degree in Automotive Technology from Pennsylvania College of Technology. I am a certified ASE Master Technician and Advanced Engine Specialist. I started substitute teaching for the local tech center in PA where I grew up and went to school. Between teaching and helping the students prepare for contests such as SkillsUSA I knew that I wanted to teach for a living.
I have helped grow the program at Sollers Point. We have developed partnerships with several manufactures such as General Motors and Ford Motor Company. 
Teaching someone a passion and not just a subject is one of the most satisfying feelings.

Automotive Student with Electric Car
Auto student in Lab
Auto students in Lab
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