Highland Trucking Schools

Are you good with mechanics? You can put those skills to use in a diesel technology degree. With this degree, you can become a diesel mechanic and work on straight trucks and tractor-trailers. In the city of Highland, there is one school you can attend to get a diesel technology education. Highland Community College costs an average of $3,180 per year and the average scholarship award is $1,770.

There are several diesel options at Highland Community College. The Associate's degree program lasts about two years. However, if you want to graduate faster, you can also earn a certificate in one year.

Highland is a fairly small city, with a population of just 1,000 people. Local trucking employers include Move It, Mid-Cities Motor Freight, and BT Limited. Some of the most prominent highways that run through Highland are State Highway 120, State Highway 7, and State Highway 36.