Clinton County Area Technology Center is one of 53 Kentucky Tech Area Technology Centers in the Commonwealth. Clinton County ATC serves Cumberland and Clinton County secondary students by providing students the opportunity to gain academic, technical, and occupational skills needed to transition successfully to work or post-secondary education. As a district, Kentucky Tech strives to create a CTE system in Kentucky that is continuously improving to meet the needs of business and industry. Kentucky Tech continuous improvement is monitored through the Biennium District Continuous Improvement Plan process. With the current biennium ending May 2018, Clinton County ATC has successfully met the 2016-2018 KY Tech District Continuous Improvement Plan goals.
The 16-18 KY Tech District goals focused on Career Pathway completion, College & Career Readiness measures, and students graduating and entering work or post-secondary education successfully. Each year, the Kentucky Department of Education releases school report cards that give insight to individual school performance. Based on the 16-17 Kentucky Tech data released recently, Clinton County ATC was 1 of only 4 ATCs in the state to meet all the goals that were a part of the 2016-2018 Biennium District Continuous Improvement Plan. Clinton County ATC's College and Career Readiness measure was 84%, which was above the 2018 state goal of 82.5. The percentage of students enrolling at the ATC who finish career pathway was 75%, which was above the 2018 state goal of 70%.
CCATC Principal Stesha Flowers, Health Sciences Instructor Ashley King, Health Sciences Instructor Billie Frye, Business & Marketing Instructor Holly Claborn, Welding Instructor Jesse Burchett, Carpentry Instructor Jason Harlan, Electricity Instructor Jerry Bell, and Auto Mechanics Instructor Matt McWhorter.