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About Our School

We are A-Tech High School, a Career & Technical Education (CTE) school, located in the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn.

Our scholars have the opportunity to explore the core academic subjects, engaging electives, including AP classes,  as well as career-themed subjects. We offer coursework in the career pathways of Automotive Technology (K60J), Digital Arts & Media (K60N), Business & Entrepreneurship (K60B), and Software Engineering (K60R). Our students graduate BOTH college and career-ready, leaving us prepared to pursue lucrative post-secondary options and career opportunities in high-demand fields for which they will be uniquely qualified!

Mission

The mission of A-Tech High School is to provide students with the skills and exploratory experiences that enable them to reach their fullest potential as independent thinkers in their relentless quest to be successful in college and career in the 21st century.

Vision

The vision of A-Tech High School is to Implement a

rigorous and exciting curriculum that is supported by interdisciplinary, exploratory project-based initiatives alongside technology integration in which teachers are able to meet the diverse learning styles and needs of all of our students.

Support, develop, and produce responsible young adult learners in a cooperative learning environment where we all work together to adequately prepare students to succeed in college and career.

 

Fully educate our students in the fundamentals of critical thinking, problem-solving, interpersonal relations, and communication both verbally and in written form so that they are prepared to excel in college or career.

Provide each student the opportunity to grow socially, emotionally, and academically in a safe nurturing environment that emphasizes self-esteem building through positive reinforcement of personal and core values.

Develop a professional community of highly motivated individuals who promote strong, home, school, and community relations where students, parents, faculty, and administrators are accountable for their actions.

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