Cary-Grove High School hosted its eighth annual autos car show to promote the autos program and future careers. Students, teachers and alumni were invited to showcase their cars during lunch hours on May 4.
“The autos car show is such a great way to show off the projects that we’ve been working on throughout the year and there’s a dire need for mechanics out there,” said Cadin Koeppel, a Cary-Grove senior.
Cary-Grove partners with McHenry County College to offer students dual credit.
“Representatives from the McHenry County College autos program made an appearance which is a great way for the students to learn more about the program,” said Dan Jegerski, autos teacher.
Over 30 cars were showcased in the Cary-Grove parking lot. The event had all types of vehicles from cars and trucks to classics and bikes.