The Prospect Automotive Program focuses on not only preparing students for a placement into post-secondary automotive educational institutions or careers after graduation, but offers students the basic knowledge every automotive consumer should be aware of.
The Automotive Technology Program at Prospect High School meets the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). ASE is an independent, non-profit organization with a mission to improve the quality of technician training by setting a standard of excellence for the content being delivered, the industry certification level of the instructor, and the facility. In 2017 Prospect achieved ASE Certification in all 4 areas available to secondary education training facilities.
Prospect High School currently offers three courses in Automotive Technology. The third year capstone course is College Vocational Automotive, and District 214 is partnered with Triton College to offer college credit for this class.