About the School

Vision Statement

The Autauga County School system values its rich tradition of excellence in a rapidly changing world. ACS aims to consciously create an environment of respect and inclusion that prepares and motivates students to become lifelong learners by instilling the knowledge, critical thinking skills, and leadership traits necessary to succeed in life. In a safe and supportive environment, the district’s schools provide for every student’s intellectual, social, and physical development by fostering an engaged, creative, and respectful community of learners, families, and community partners.

Mission Statement

The MISSION of the Autauga County Technology Center is "to provide excellent educational experiences for all students to be successful in life."


Business Industry Certification (BIC) standards were developed in 1998 by business/industry representatives and educators. The standards were certified by the International Organization of Standardization in 2003.  The standards establish and maintain a quality accountability system for improvement and enhancement of Career/Technical Education. BIC promotes the preparedness of Alabama's students for success in tomorrow's workforce and in life.  (acteonline.org)

Each program at the Autauga County Technology Center has met the required standards for initial BIC accreditation and maintains continued compliance on an annual basis.

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Career and Technical Education Program

The Autauga County Technology Center offers a diverse curriculum designed to prepare students for entry into the workforce or for further study in the postsecondary setting. The course of study offers courses that provide rigor and relevance for students by linking school-based learning with career-related experiences. Autauga County's Career and Technical Education Program follows the state adopted the Career and Technical Education model. This model includes sixteen career clusters. These clusters include courses that identify the academic and technical knowledge and skills needed for students to pursue a wide range of career opportunities. Fourteen of the sixteen national clusters are currently offered. Please refer to the Career Tech Programs section on the website for a list of programs available.