Florida High School Celebrates New Repair Bay

Oct. 10, 2022

A ribbon cutting ceremony was recently held for the service bay at Lincoln High School in Tallahassee, Florida. 

Oct. 10, 2022—A high school in Florida recently held ribbon cutting ceremony for an auto repair service bay.

According to WFSU, Lincoln High School in Tallahassee is celebrating a new age of auto tech classes. Darryl Johnson, an instructor for the school's automotive programming, told WFSU that the auto tech classes of today are much more technology focused in order to keep up with the increased amount of electrical components found in many cars. 

School Board Member Rosanne Woods said she witnessed many students who were excited about the program at the ribbon cutting ceremony, which was held in honor of a new auto repair bay built for the program. 

Almost 100 students are enrolled in these courses at Lincoln High. The program partners with Lively Vocational College in Tallahassee as well as the local Proctor and Tallahassee Ford dealerships.

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