A-Tech offers 27 different technical and career-based programs serving more than 1,300 students. Makeup visits are available for sophomore students who are interested in attending A-Tech, but did not get a chance to see the lab class they are most interested in during their school’s recent visit.
The community was also invited to attend A-Tech’s holiday dinner on Dec. 6. An annual event, the holiday dinner set a record this year with more than 970 attendees. The culinary arts program was the main attraction, and not only provided the wonderful meal, but also had a bake sale featuring all types of cookies, brownies, cakes and other confections. Every last item sold out this year. The horticulture program was also well represented with their seasonal offerings of poinsettias and wreaths created by students in the program.
The dinner is staffed by students, support staff, administrators and instructors from all across the A-Tech campus. It is a great opportunity for the community to create a holiday tradition, but it also enables the entire staff of A-Tech to build camaraderie and have some fun together outside of the normal school day.