Dual Enrollment Applicants
The application session for Aiken Tech's Early Start (Dual Enrollment) Cybersecurity & MADD students will be held at Aiken County Career & Technology Center (ACCTC) in our multipurpose room (near the main office/front of school) on Tuesday, February 22nd from 5:30pm-6:30pm. We are requesting that one (1) parent/guardian attend with the student due to space and COVID protocol. During this session, the student will complete his/her application for admissions to Aiken Technical College. Students will need to make sure that they bring the following:
- Social Security Card or Number (for application purposes)
- Parent/Guardian who will need to be present to complete a form
- Any questions they may have
We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday, February 22 at 5:30pm at Aiken County Career & Technology Center.
Students who have applied to ACCTC-ATC dual enrollment programs
- Mechanical & Architectural Drafting & Design
Please continue to check your email. As soon as ATC provides us with a date for a meeting, we will email that information.
Message from Aiken Tech for Dual Enrollment Students
Visit ATC Updates for more information.
Everyone is strongly encouraged to wear masks in public areas on campus, regardless of vaccination status. We are monitoring recent developments and CDC/SC DHEC guidelines – students/families should regularly check their ATC email for updates. These messages will be sent from the campus Marketing (Communications) Office.
Also, full details about our COVID guidelines are available at this link https://www.atc.edu/Offices/Campus-Safety/COVID. This page also is regularly updated.
Saylar (Health Science) awarded NTHS Jon H. Poteat Scholarship!NTHS honors the achievements of top CTE students, provides scholarships to encourage the pursuit of higher education, and cultivates excellence in today’s highly competitive, skilled workforce. For over 35 years, NTHS has been the leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career and technical education. The Jon H. Poteat Scholarship is named in honor and memory of the NTHS Co-Founder. It is awarded annually to NTHS members who consistently exemplify the seven attributes of the National Technical Honor Society – Skill, Honesty, Service, Responsibility, Scholarship, Citizenship, and Leadership. We are pleased to award a one-thousand dollar Jon H. Poteat Scholarship to Saylar Barton, ACCTC Health Science Senior.
“Saylar has consistently embodied a spirit of honesty, service, and leadership throughout her 3-years in the Health Science program. She is a dedicated, caring, and a true advocate for others which will indeed allow her to be successful in the nursing field. She is sure to excel in all that she pursues in her future!”-Lakesha Earl, ACCTC School Counselor and NTHS Program Sponsor
DISTRICT-WIDE REMINDER REGARDING PHOTO AND VIDEO OPT OUT - Aiken County Public School District procedures regarding do-not-photo/video requests state that each new school year during the school registration process, parents who wish to “opt out” their children from participation in photo or video opportunities at school must submit that request in writing to the ACPSD Communications Department.
The letter should be addressed to Director of Communications, Mike Rosier, at 1000 Brookhaven Drive, Aiken SC, 29803. It should state which student or students they wish the request to include, as well as their home school location or locations.
PLEASE NOTE: If no letter is on file, students are automatically opted in for photo, video, and media opportunities in our schools as they arise.
We welcome parents who wish to opt their children out of all photos and videos to submit a letter to us at any point prior to the end of October.
Ms. Jackie Clarkson, the Director of Maintenance Construction Technology Alliance, delivered a banner to Welding Instructor Daniel Ball!
Our Community Salutes Midlands South Carolina Honors High School Military Enlistees During Annual Banquet
Enlistees were presented with a copy of the United States Constitution and a special challenge coin before taking their service oaths alongside a military veteran.
Lead Student Service Worker, McKinney-Vento Liaison Sherida Stroman Named S.C. School Social Worker of the Year
“I am speechless,” said Stroman. “It’s in my heart to serve children and help provide them with educational success.”
The Stars of Public Education event celebrates the best and the brightest throughout the school district.
She has served as the assistant principal of North Augusta Elementary School and was named ACPSD Assistant Principal of the Year for the 2020-21 school year.
He has spent the last 23 years in principal roles of two elementary schools and one middle school, and earned Principal of the Year during the 2017-18 school year.