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Congratulations A-TECH – 2020 Magnet Schools of America Merit Award of Excellence Recipient

Congratulations A-TECH on receiving a prestigious Magnet Schools of America Merit Award of Excellence! This is the highest level of recognition for a magnet school from MSA.

Magnet schools are judged and scored on their demonstrated ability to raise student academic achievement, promote racial and socioeconomic diversity, provide integrated curricula and instruction, and create strong family and community partnerships that enhance the school’s magnet theme.

Outstanding job Mavericks!

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Congratulations November Students of the Month

Congratulations to the following students who were selected as Student of the Month for November: Cindy Zixuan Gan, Ryan Frichtel, Emma Mayo, Joanna Bieda, Anders Lovstuen, Oscar Resendiz, Derek Miller, Naomi Ramirez Rios, Ryo Wagley, James Geiselhart, Amelia Delevski, Kayla Vo, Ryan Huppert, and Cole Chicas.

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Congratulations October Students of the Month

Congratulations to the following students who were selected as Student of the Month for October: Allison Clark, Katheryn Ellis, Georgia Petroff, Savanna Lawson, Symone Moore, Ethan Silva, Guia Aniceto, Jaden Nguyen, Mackenzie Sulliban, Erika Gomez, Yohannes Aklilu, Amari Williams, Sandra Lopez, Corinne Chavez and Doanh Ly

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Congratulations A-TECH on being named to the Superintendent’s Honor Roll

On Tuesday, October 22 Clark County School District (CCSD) Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara honored 63 schools as part of the 2019-20 Superintendent’s Honor Roll, the second class of the program created to honor CCSD’s top-performing schools. The distinguished schools include 44 five-star rated schools, two National Blue Ribbon Schools and 19 Gold Star schools, which are high-performing schools that serve a high percentage of students living in poverty. Congratulations A-TECH on this honor.

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College Application and FAFSA Nights

Students can complete applications with the following colleges:

UNIVERSITY CENTERS:
University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)
University of Nevada, Reno (UNR)
STATE COLLEGE:
Nevada State College (NSC)
COMMUNITY COLLEGES:
College of Southern Nevada (CSN)
Great Basin College (GBC)
Truckee Meadows Community
College (TMCC)
Western Nevada College (WNC)
OUT-OF-STATE 4-YEAR INSTITUTIONS:
Dixie State University (DSU)
Southern Utah University (SUU)
University of Utah (U of U)
Utah State University (USU)
ALSO PRESENT:
Public Education Foundation
Nevada Promise

Students are welcome to go to any program most convenient for them!
A parent or guardian must be present in order to file the FAFSA.

FULL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

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Congratulations A-TECH on being named a Blue Ribbon School for the Third Time

For 25 years Advanced Technologies Academy (A-TECH) has been an example of how a diverse student body, innovative teachers, and 21st-century curriculum can change the trajectory of students’ lives. A-TECH is a magnet Career and Technical Academy located near downtown Las Vegas, Nevada with an enrollment of 1,141 students. Due to having a blind lottery and free transportation for all students, A-TECH is the school that most closely mirrors Clark County’s extremely diverse demographics with students from every zip code represented.

A-TECH provides a comprehensive curriculum in three pillars: Advanced Placement (AP), Career and Technical Education (CTE), and “Connector” activities and courses (Debate, Band, Orchestra, Board Game Club). The three pillars allow students to explore various disciplines through a well-balanced high school experience. In five years, A-TECH has added seven AP courses for a total of 25 courses. This expansion has led to greater equity of access with 83% of the students in the class of 2018 passing at least one AP examination and half of the exams were taken by students who qualify for FRL.

A-TECH students select one of seven 4-year CTE programs including Architectural Design, Computer Science, and Engineering. A-TECH’s robust CTE program allows students to obtain real-world skills that are critical for post-secondary options. Seniors must also complete an extensive Capstone Project, which includes a research paper, presentation, and project or internship. A-TECH is proud of its tradition of excellence, consistent 100% graduation rate, and preparation of future leaders.

U.S Department of Education Announcement
CCSD Newsroom Announcement

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Women in Science and Technology

WiST is an A-TECH club designed to support women who want to be involved in science and technology fields. WiST is working to connect women at A-TECH with women in the science and tech fields in our community. WiST is also planning a STEM day for other young girls in our community. Join us in Room 303 on Mondays and Wednesdays after school to become a part of this group of women.

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Congratulations September Students of the Month

 

Congratulations to the following students who were selected as Student of the Month for September: Devaansh Singh, John Hamai, Daysi Sorto, Cade Romero, Kaeloni Randolph, Lanielle Pavlik, Sean McCartney, Michelle Squatrito, Andy Otero, Ethan Vito, Camorian Jackson, Jazmin Pedroza and William Kidwell.