What Is The DRIVE One TechCenter?:
Opened in 2017, the DRIVE One TechCenter is a state-of-the-art training facility that allows our program to train students in ways most Career Technical Education programs can only dream.
The 16,000 sq. ft. campus located in Roseville can hold up to 120 students per day, and includes:
Two State-Certified Classrooms
With a third set to open in Fall 2020
Fully-stocked Tool Crib
Industry-Standard Transportation Design & Clay Modeling Studio
Two Handicap-Accessible Bathrooms & SafeServe® Cafeteria Space.
Six-Bay Auto Service Center
With Working Hoist, Alignment Rack, & Frame Machine
Operational Machine Shop
Lathes, Milling Machines,Drill Presses, & CNCs.
Wood and Interior Design Shops
With MIG/TIG/Arch/Gas Welders and Surface Plates
One of six official Axalta Training Centers for auto body paint & repair in the U.S.
Gated campus with parking available, including three handicap spaces.
What We Are Doing To Protect Students + Staff From COVID-19?
We know that these current times have left many parents/guardians worried about their student's safety come the fall.
At CTHS, we've been ahead of the curb, implementing protocols that will stop the spread of the Novel Coronavirus, maintain a safe learning environment for all, while still providing the quality education parents should expect:
Interested In Enrolling, But Worried About The Commute?
CTHS will have Two Buses to pick-up students from these two routes:
Bus Route #1 (BIRD)
Bus Route #2 (MAGIC)