Audubon will achieve this by our service to students and will be supported by four essential pillars: Technology, Community, College, and Careers. the blended use of technology will facilitate authentic learning opportunities. Restorative practices and PBIS will enhance the campus community. Our curriculum will be college-oriented and aligned to common core state standards. Students’ internships and traditional skill training will promote leadership and career readiness.
Audubon will serve a diverse population of approximately 380 students in grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 throughout the school year. The Audubon Technology & Communication High School will prepare students to be socially responsible, achieve the MPS graduation proficiencies and meet the technological challenges of the 21st century. In order to fulfill this vision, we are a one-to-one laptop/tablet/notebook school.
At Audubon Technology and Communication Center, we value the following:
- High levels of achievement
- Collaborative community
- Service learning
- Restorative practices
- Responsible use of technology
- Personalized education
- Inclusion and differentiation
- Authentic learning experiences and assessments
ATCC= Audubon values Technology, Community, College and career readiness