I'm going in to be a wheeled vehicle mechanic and when i come out i'm going to go to the community college around here for business. After i graduate with my business degree, i want to go to a tech school for high performance engines. but the main idea is to get some opinions on a good tech school for performance engines? or not a tech school because there is a specific list of schools that the ANG will pay for (and there is only a couple "tech" colleges [some other colleges have tech programs but arent a "tech" school) but any suggestions on schools that actually train you good with HP-engines? as in, a lot of 1 on 1 time with hands on activities. i'm looking to learn more about forced induction systems, fuel injection, exhaust, intake, tuning, etc. I live in massachusetts. I know this is crazy hoping someone on here will have advise because i didn't post the list (of schools ANG will pay for) but its a decent list so maybe some suggestions will be on it. and don't even bother with one of those replies that go something like "do some research" because i have. and thats exactly why i'm posting this because colleges pump up (with steriods) how good their school actually is.. one school will sound amazing from the description on the school website but then, u find some reviews on google or something that say how much the teachers suck at teaching and how the whole entire year you spend 2 hours actually working on engines, this and that, blah blah. maybe some specific schools will focus more on stuff that will teach me about my future 2g? just hoping to get some answers from people on here that actually went or know someone who went that talks to them about it. thank u ...MASSACHUSETTS area no replies. BUMP 4 myself, if there is no replies again i'm just gonna let this one drop down the list.