You can. You do not need a CDL to graduate, but you must have your Commercial Learner’s Permit by week 7 in order to graduate. We do however give you the training necessary to earn your Class A CDL. You will have 3 days hands on training with our CDL instructor. You will learn the inspection as well as the driving of the truck. You will be scheduled for your test, and we will give you the resources needed to help you pass your test.

We are a very new school, and because of this we are not in a position to accept financial aid. Hopefully in the future we will qualify for some great opportunities, but at the moment we can only accept private funding.

Reach out! We don’t put the application on the website because we want to make sure all of our applicants are sure that this is something they want to do. We like to talk to applicants before we actually send them the form. Just give us a call or send us an email and we will get that application your way.

The full price of combined tuition and fees is $15,000. This includes all tools and gear, certifications, shirts, and miscellaneous expenses of the program.

Yes. Through a company called DGW, our students are able to stay in 1 of 2 houses, which are both within 5-15 minutes from the school. Up to 16 students can stay in the housing. Rental fees will be discussed if interested.

The program is 432 contact hours, and takes place over 11 weeks. You will be in class from 7am-5pm Mon-Fri for the first 4 weeks, and the remaining 7 weeks on Mon-Thurs. Schedule is subject to change due to holidays and weather.

No! We are a pre-apprenticeship lineman training school. When you come here, we give you the training needed to get your foot in the door, and climb the ranks quicker than you would if you were to get hired off the street. It has become increasingly harder to get hired without any sort of training like this, so we want to put you in a good position to get hired. Students get hired into a variety of positions that can range from groundmen to apprentice. For context, you can expect to be an apprentice for anywhere from 3-6 years before actually becoming a Lineman. Just think of us as the first step in a long process to working in an amazing field!