Registration for selected programs begins on Tuesday, May 26, 2015.

Next Classes begin Monday, June 8, 2015. For more information call 754-321-5100 or click here to request information.


Our School

A message from Robert B. Crawford, Director
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This Web site was developed to assist you in understanding our programs of instruction, curriculum design and delivery, and the policies and procedures that govern our college.ATCFRONT_SM.jpg

We look forward to working with you and wish you success in achieving your goals!

The Main Campus is located on beautifully landscaped, thirty-acres in Coconut Creek, Florida. Additional programs are offered at two other campus locations.  Atlantic Technical College is a public, secondary and post-secondary institution operating under the authority of the School Board of Broward County, Florida, and the Florida Department of Education.


ATC first opened its doors in August 1973 to 450 students in 11 programs of instruction. Over the years, four major construction phases have been added to help the college keep pace with program expansion, community growth, and labor market demands. Today, more than 7,200 students attend classes offered days, evenings, and Saturdays. ATC has reached out again into our community to serve more students in Broward County by adding two additional campuses; the Atlantic Technical College - Arthur Ashe, Jr. Campus in Ft. Lauderdale and the ATC ESOL Center located on the Coconut Creek High School campus.

The twenty buildings and the portables on the Main campus house classrooms, labs, offices, and support services for over thirty-five Certificate and Applied Technology Diploma programs, many continuing workforce education courses, and the Magnet High School . Programs are concentrated in 9 high-demand occupational clusters:

  • Architecture & Construction
  • Automotive & Transportation Technology
  • Business Management and Administration
  • Health Sciences
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Information Technology
  • Manufacturing
  • Public Works

For those who want to “earn-as-they-learn,” ATC provides cooperative training opportunities in many programs and coordinates the largest apprenticeship training program in the state.

Technical Magnet High School Designated a National Model School by the
International Center for Leadership in Education

Atlantic Technical High School's unique design allows students to become immersed in a rigorous and challenging learning environment, while capturing their interest in a variety of career focused electives. Students will earn a diploma with credentials surpassing the state requirements in academics, enabling them to be competitive in the college admission process. Technology is integrated into every aspect of the educational program fostering an innovative learning environment. Teachers encourage critical thinking and employ diverse teaching methodologies. Small class size allows for personalization among students, teachers and parents. In addition, students have the opportunity to earn certification in a technical program of study and nationally recognized industry certifications. ATC offers a wide array of technical programs from which students select their junior and senior year electives. The program selection process is thorough and precise, enabling all students to make informed choices.

The school design is based on the philosophy of Coalition of Essential Schools and High Schools That Work, two nationally recognized educational reform models of excellence.