Streams

Vocation

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Monday, January 29, 2001

In my story, I talk to my mom, my principal, my teacher and others, and I look back on how my love of cars started by working with my dad on his car when I was little.

I did my story on my school, Automotive High School. It's a vocational school that teaches you the basics and specialties in automotive trades. You get different classes every time you move up a grade. And if you don't want to take up automechanics, you can take business classes.

David was mentored by Edith Updike.

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