Automotive Students Earn College Credits

City Stadium Automotive® Students Earn College Credits, Five Earn Technical Diploma
Posted on 05/31/2023
Five graduates of the City Stadium Automotive® program with instructor Ben Hendricks.Five Green Bay Area Public School District high school students were celebrated on May 30 after they completed the City Stadium Automotive® program, graduating with 26 or more college credits and a one-year technical diploma.

The students who were honored completed, or will complete, the Automotive Maintenance Technician (AMT) Program, earning them college credits to Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) and a one-year technical diploma. After graduation, these students will be prepared to continue their education at NWTC to complete either a two-year Automotive Technician technical diploma or an Automotive Technology associate degree. 

City Stadium Automotive® is located on the East High School campus. East High School principal Lori Frerk, NWTC president Dr. Jeffrey Rafn and City Stadium Automotive® instructor Ben Hendricks shared their thoughts on the partnerships and the success of the students.

“It’s an astounding partnership between community members, and East High School and the Green Bay School District overall, to provide a very outstanding outcome for our students while they are in high school,” Frerk said at the event. “We have seniors here who have already gotten their diplomas from NTWC and are still waiting on their diplomas from Green Bay.”

All five students graduating from the program this year are Preble High School seniors. Congratulations to Jacob Eggert, Flavio Guzman, Anthony Ramirez, Brian Sanchez Rodriguez and Micah Schultz. 

“It’s something to be extremely proud of because you already got your first step in this world to making yourself a career,” Frerk told the seniors.

Learn more about the City Stadium Automotive® program at
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