The Auto Collision department at HHS Dean Campus is a Chapter 74 approved program that prepares students for entry-level positions in the auto collision repair industry. Using a four-year, standards-based curriculum aligned with the Massachusetts Vocational Technical Education Frameworks, students gain the knowledge and skills associated with repairing and refinishing vehicles in today's collision repair industry.
William J. Dean Tech High School
At Holyoke High School Dean Campus, students are able to explore and ultimately select a career vocational technical education (CVTE) pathway. The state-of-the-art facility helps prepare students to embark on their career path directly after graduation or to continue their education at a higher-level institution.