33063 4700 Coconut CreekParkway
Atlantic Technical Center 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 center keep pace with program expansion, community growth, and labor market demands. Today, more than 5,000 students attend classes offered days, evenings, and Saturdays.
The twenty buildings and the portables on campus house classrooms, labs, offices, and support services for over forty Certificate and Applied Technology Diploma programs, many continuing workforce education courses, and the Magnet High School . Programs are concentrated in 8 high-demand occupational clusters
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program teaches the four primary language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking. The program provides the skills necessary for daily living and employment, as well as the basics for entering a GED (General Educational Development) program. Instruction is provided at the individual and group level. Students are given the opportunity to learn using computers, audiotapes, and videos.
All students must take the Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS) placement test.
Students will receive a quality education that will allow them to communicate effectively in the English language.
This program is open-entry/open-exit. Students may enter and exit the program according to their individual needs.
Tuition is set by the State of Florida.