CHSS Auto Body Program refurbishes paint room
November 29, 2017
GUELPH, Ontario – On November 16, College Heights Secondary School held the official opening ceremony for their newly refurbished paint booth. The paint booth is part of the auto body program.
The refurbished paint booth is due to the hard work of the UGDSB’s Peter Haayen and his maintenance staff. During the process, new paints that were isocyanate-free were sourced so that students at the school could fully participate for the first time in all aspects of auto body repair and painting.
The auto body project was a cooperative effort between the school’s principal Francis Noventa, Superintendent of Education Doug Morrell, SHSM Lead Charles Benyair, Chemical Safety Specialist Frances Norlen and College Heights SS teacher Greg Dremak. The goal of refurbishing the paint booth was to update the auto body program and make the program fully authentic for students.
College Heights SS offers students comprehensive options when it comes to auto body studies, the school offers courses in Auto Body Technician, Auto Body and Collision Technician, Auto Body Painting and Refinishing and Car Detailing.