Students in the advanced auto shop class gather around the front of Colton Botkin's truck with teacher Jeremy Tarbet, in hat, and talk shop.
Seniors Steven Anders, 18, left, and Tanner Hensley, 18, pull the radio and navigation console to fix a 2003 Nissan 350Z belonging to Hensley's brother during auto-shop class at Canyon del Oro High School.
Junior Jeremiah Ramsay, 17, carries headers through the office for his 454-cubic-inch flat-bottom drag boat during advanced auto shop class at Canyon del Oro High School in Oro Valley.
Buddy Algeri, 17, center, and Logan Farrow, 18, left, weld a patch on a hole in the muffler of a car owned by Emma Layton's mom during advanced auto shop class. Layton, right, is a student in the beginning auto class and wanted to learn from the advanced class.
Canyon del Oro High School senior Tanner Hensley's favorite class fuses math and business concepts with his favorite subject of all, cars.
Student Sean Jurecky's photo, "Baby Bird," will be on display this weekend.
You'd be excused for mistaking Canyon del Oro High School career and technology teacher Lee Street's photography classes for grad school.
Student Dakotah Cooley's photo, "The Woman," will be in the exhibit this weekend. The exhibit, "Petite," features photos no larger than 5x7 inches.
Austin D'Orso and Claudia Landreville view a Canyon del Oro High School photo gallery. Students run the galleries, bringing in about $3,000 for their club.
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