GWHS Autobody students are refurbishing a 1971 El Camino. Students taking GCC CTE courses in high school can earn college credits in GCC postsecondary programs under the DCAPS.
Over 2,600 students are enrolled in GCC's Career and Technical Education programs in the six Guam public high schools. These programs are:
- Automotive Service Technology
- Automotive Collision Repair Technology
- Construction Trades
- Early Childhood Education
- Electronics Technology
- Health Careers & Sciences
- Lodging Management
- ProStart (Culinary)
- Visual Communications
Under the Dual Credit Articulated Programs of Study (DCAPS), these students can now earn college credit in GCC postsecondary programs if they earn a grade of "B" or better in these CTE programs.