VIDEO: Meet Hunter High School - The 2017 School Of The Year

VIDEO: Meet Hunter High School – The 2017 School Of The Year

The Tomorrow's Tech School of the Year program, sponsored by WIX Filters, honors the best technical training program for automotive technicians in the U.S. This year, Hunter High School in West Valley City, Utah, claimed the honor.

The Tomorrow’s Tech School of the Year program, sponsored by WIX Filters, honors the best technical training program for automotive technicians in the U.S. This year, Hunter High School in West Valley City, Utah, claimed the honor.

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