Diesel mechanics course now offered at Brilliant School

Taylon Lothrop installs a window regulator on an 18-wheeler at Brilliant High School on Thursday, Sept. 26.

BRILLIANT - Students in the Marion County School system now have the opportunity to take a dual enrollment diesel mechanics class that could put them in the driver’s seat to a well-paying job in the future.
The class is being hosted at Brilliant High School and is a partnership between Bevill State Community College-Hamilton and the Marion County School System.
“We’re very excited about it,” said Brilliant Schools Principal Dr. Adam Aldridge. “I think this is a great opportunity for our students and the students in the Marion County School System, since we don’t have any career tech education courses offered through us.”
Aldridge said diesel mechanics will pay off for any student pursuing that field as a vocation.


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