TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Lincoln High School unveiled its new Lively-Lincoln Automotive Learning Center on Thursday.

After partnering with Lively Technical College, the program launched just over a year later.

Currently, 107 students are enrolled in dual education. Using the new automotive facility, students can gain hands-on experience and even earn a certificate upon completion. Thanks to Lively’s help and a grant from the Florida Department of Education, the school was able to receive more than $100,000 in funding.

“It’s kind of like a ‘plan B’ when ‘plan A’ doesn’t work,” said Ayetora Wright, a senior at Lincoln High School. “It’s always good to know a craft.”

Students can learn the ins and outs of cars, including how to change car oil, how to operate a lift, car tools and more.