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Butler County Area Technology Center

Butler County Area Technology Center would like to welcome all students back to school! Our primary goal is to prepare our students for a career in one of our exciting technical fields while offering them the skills to succeed in a competitive job market.  As students’ progress through our programs, they will realize that opportunities exist to aid in their transition to WKU or SCCTC while earning a two year degree and job placement.  Our programs have “dual credit” agreements with the South Central Community and Technical College in Bowling Green KY. This allows a student to earn “college credits” while in high school at no extra cost to the student or their family. A student who completes a course at the ATC could possibly have one semester completed at KCTCS prior to their high school graduation.  This would allow the student to save time and tuition costs as well.

We would like to invite students, parents, and the community to stop by and take a look at our school and the opportunities provided by our staff. Programs and courses at the ATC include Air Conditioning, Health Sciences, Carpentry, Automotive, and Industrial Maintenance. If your child is interested in the medical field, construction or carpentry field, refrigeration, residential or commercial air conditioning installation and repair, automotive repair and maintenance, industrial electricity, machining, tool and die, or welding, please consider what the Tech Center has to offer. We teach the latest high tech training techniques in these exciting career fields.  Your child will learn a skilled trade that will remain with them for life while making them employable and qualified for premium wages.

 We want to encourage our parents and community to come by and visit our facility or visit our website at www.butlercountyatc.com .  If you have any questions, you may also call the school (270) 526-2223.

Sincerely,

Ray Hammer, Principal
Butler County Area Technology Center

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