Thirty-two of 36 Gloucester High School automotive technology students tested passed one or more of the Student Certification Exams offered through the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence, according to auto tech instructor Toby Calloway.
Calloway said the students become ASE Student Certified in the areas in which they passed their exams and earn an industry credit. Industry credits will become a graduation requirement for career and technical education students next year.
Calloway said four students made the extra effort and attempted, and passed, all 10 exams offered. They were Troy Leduc, Jeremy Jensen, Noah Custis and Brandon Gibbs. The other students who passed one or more exams were Shayne Walker, Jimmy Dzieciowski, Cody Smith, David Frizzell, Austin Hogge, Jacob Montfort, Sean Haugdaul, Dustin Mayer, Walker Atwood, Erica August, Graham Byrd, Andrew Carroll, Trey Cox, Michael Green, Kaitlyn Griffin.
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