• Students will be evaluated on written tests, computer-based training scores, lab assignments, notebook/workbook completion, daily participation in the class, and career readiness skills.  Daily participation is necessary for successful completion of the course. A part of the program’s goals are to prepare the students for an entry-level career in the Light Duty Diesel Industry.  Just like a real job, attendance is an extremely important part of the student’s grade. The student’s final grade is calculated on a total point basis. All seniors (regardless of whether they are Year 1 or 2) are required to take a series of ASE/NATEF End-of-course tests. Students passing these tests will receive an ASE Student Certification for each area. In addition, a written final will be given at the end of every semester.


    Grading will utilize a 50/40/10 scale:                                   

    50% Performance and Written Assessments                           

    40% Projects / Activates / Assignments                             

    10% Career Readiness Skills     

    A = 90-100%

    B = 80-89%  

    C = 70-79%                                      

    D = 60-69%                                                                                     

    F = 0-59%