Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering
"This school will prepare some of our state's highest-achieving students to enter the growing fields of cyber technology and engineering,” said Alabama Governor Kay Ivey."
Oakwood/ASCTE Agreement Announced - November 1, 2019
Matt Massey, president of the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering(ASCTE), announced today that the school will open on the campus of Oakwood University in Huntsville, AL in August 2020 while the permanent facility is constructed in Cummings Research Park. The location of the new Cyber and Engineering School, which will open in 2022, will be at the intersection of Bradford Drive and Wynn Drive across from Redstone Federal Credit Union
Initiatives - August 2019
Magnet Milestones: Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering picks up speed with new developments and much support.
Governor Kay Ivey Announces Creation of ASCTE
In her annual State of the State address, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey announced the creation of the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Education. Governor Ivey is passionate about education and has launched the Strong Start, Strong Finish (SSSF) education initiative that focuses on education, computer science, and workforce development. The mission of ASCTE supports these three critical areas. "This school will prepare some of our state's highest achieving students to enter the growing fields of cyber technology and engineering,” Ivey said. “Just as Huntsville has always been on the leading edge of the rocket and aerospace industries, the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering will ensure that Alabama students are at the forefront of today’s emerging technologies."
Huntsville Cyber School Gets Big Donations
Huntsville's Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering got a big boost at the National Cyber Summit. Torch Technologies and Davidson Technologies Inc. presented checks to support the launch of the new school
Local Tech Companies Donate to New Cyber Technology Magnet School
The residential magnet school will provide educational opportunities in cyber technology and engineering for students in grades 7 through 12. The school will act as a pipeline, connecting high school students to jobs right here in the region.
New cyber technology and engineering school coming to Huntsville
New Cyber Technology and Engineering School Coming to Huntsville A new state magnet school is going to be built in Huntsville. Legislation establishing the school passed the House and Senate and it's now on Governor Ivey's desk for her signature.
Huntsville to Get New School for Cyber Technology and Engineering
Huntsville to Get New School for Cyber Technology and Engineering A new school planned in Huntsville will educate high school students about the growing field of cybersecurity. The goal is that, by educating students in these fields locally, Alabamians can be the future of this new and exciting industry.