Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering

Our Mission

  • To ensure that all students achieve high levels of learning to be successful in implementing cyber protections into the engineering lifecycle.

Our Vision

  • ASCTE envisions a team with common goals and mutual accountability for student achievement that will become a national model in collaboration with governmental agencies, industry, and higher education specializing in cyber engineering.

ASCTE in the News

  • ASCTE Earns Cognia Accreditation

    The Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering (ASCTE) is pleased to announce that it has completed the rigorous review process and earned Accreditation from Cognia™, a nonprofit organization that provides quality assurance for schools, school districts, and education service providers. Earning accreditation from the Cognia Global Accreditation Commission means that the school is accredited and that ASCTE is recognized across the nation as a school that meets Cognia Standards of Quality, and maintains a commitment to continuous improvement. Schools in good standing can maintain their accreditation for a five-year term.

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  • Radiance Technologies Donates $500K

    Radiance Technologies, known for its defense, intelligence, and civilian innovation solutions, donated $500,000 to the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering on Monday.

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  • ASCTE & DEVCOM AvMC Sign MOU

    The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile Center and the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering officially signed a Partner in Education Agreement Feb. 22, formally establishing a relationship between DEVCOM AvMC’s Software, Simulation, Systems Engineering and Integration Directorate and the magnet high school.

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  • ASCTE hosts Cyber Camps in Bullock & Macon Counties

    The Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering (ASCTE) recently signed Memorandums of Agreement with the Bullock and Macon school districts in Alabama. The agreements allow ASCTE to host Cyber Camps for students attending schools in these districts.

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  • Morgan County students study at ASCTE

    Originally from Hartselle, sophomore Daniel Ruhl is in his second year at the school and said his interest in cyber technology stems from his long-time passion for video games. “Since I was very little, I’ve been a massive fan of video games,” Ruhl said. “My uncle found out about the school and showed me the website, and it kind of drew me to the school.”

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