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The automotive industry in the United States and Wisconsin is forecasted to remain a growing industry. Recognizing the need for a skilled automotive workforce, the Green Bay Area Public School District (GBAPS) expanded the automotive technician lab at Green Bay East High School in 2015 to form City Stadium Automotive® 

Students enrolled in City Stadium Automotive® focus on the diagnosis and troubleshooting of faults in automotive systems while receiving high school and college credit through Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC).

NEW! Starting in the 2017-18 school year, students will have the opportunity to earn 24 college credits and a one-year technical diploma over the course of their junior and senior year as part of the Automotive Maintenance Technician (AMT) program in collaboration with NWTC. Upon graduating from high school, students will be prepared to either enter the workforce directly or continue their education for one more year at NWTC to complete either a two-year Automotive Technician technical diploma or an Automotive Technology associate degree. Beginning in the 2018-19 school year, students will have the opportunity to earn up to 27 college credits as part of the AMT program. 

City Stadium Automotive® at East High is one of only 14 high schools in Wisconsin to be certified by the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF) for Maintenance and Light Repair Program Standards. NATEF is an organization that examines the structure, resources, and quality of training programs and evaluates them against standards established by the industry. Students who receive NATEF certification are prepared to work in the automotive field, enroll in technical school, or both. 

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