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Currently located on the Campus of Oakwood University 7000 Adventist Blvd NW, Huntsville, Alabama 35896



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The Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering (ASCTE) is the nation’s only high school focused on the integration of cyber technology and engineering into all academic disciplines. ASCTE is a public, residential magnet high school serving students throughout the state of Alabama. Tuition is free.

2020 - 2021

30 Years

70 students (grades 9-10) Residential - 60% Commuter - 40%

Average years of Industry Experience

2021 - 2022

150 students(grades 9-11) Residential - 50% Commuter - 50%


100% of students take physics, calculus, engineering, and cyber courses 100% participate in internship and/or field experience 100% faculty with advanced or specialized degrees

Our Mission:

42 Alabama Zip Codes Represented

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

ENRICHMENT & ATHLETICS Variety of Clubs & Activities 30% ASCTE Scholar Athletes Member of AHSAA

Average Class Size


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

Freshman Academic Experience:

Academics The academic program at ASCTE is tailor-made to reflect both scholastic rigor and the needs of industry across private, public, and governmental sectors--infusing cyber technology and engineering into respective academic disciplines. ASCTE’s curriculum is both a state and a national model of industry collaboration engineered to prepare students for either post-secondary matriculation or direct industry placement.

History 101: History of Engineering Language 101: Foundations of English Science 101: Physics Math 101: Mathematics of Data Engineering 101: Foundations Cyber 101: Introduction to Cyber & Computer Ethics 101 Wellness 101 Visit the ASCTE website ( for Academic Guide with course descriptions.

2020-2021 Enrichment Offerings Music Technology Chemical Magic Astronomy 101 Public Speaking Health & Technology Evil Genius Science Performance & Presentation Sound Architecture Medical Triage First Impressions Personal Finance & You Health & Technology Business Etiquette Games Based Learning Rocketry & Propulsion Medieval Physics Song Writing & Poetry Bridge Builder Odyssey Choice Elective Digital Music Composition

Media Production Mission to Mars Modern American Music History Speech Symposium Debate Club

2021-2022 Academic Calendar Aug 8 Move-in Day Aug 9 Classes Begin Oct 4-8 Fall Break Nov 22-26 Thanksgiving Break

Dec 20-31 Winter Break Mar 14-18 Spring Break May 26 Last Day of School

Visit the ASCTE website( the full Academic Calendar ASCTE was established in 2018 by the AL Legislature Public, state-wide magnet school serving the students of Alabama Free tuition Residential high school Enrollment is application-based Earn certifications while attending school Internships & workplace learning Instruction from Subject Matter Experts Instruction focuses on student learning Unique and challenging curriculum

Our newly renovated residential hall on the campus of Oakwood University houses:

Residential Life ASCTE is currently located on the campus of Oakwood University in Huntsville, Alabama. Oakwood University is a gated campus with its own security. ASCTE students will have access to a nightly health care professional and on-duty residential staff.

90 residential students in double occupancy room with in-room bathrooms

Residential Life Activities

Laundry Facilities

Weekday: Most activities are optional, allowing our students to prioritize their academic and personal responsibilities. Activities may include: Hiking/outdoor Shopping Movies Community Engagement

Capture the Flag Holiday Parties Movie Nights Baking Classes

Weekend: Students participate in a variety of clubs including:

Student Government Athletics Gaming/E-Sports

Gardening Band

Residential students live alongside their peers and the ASCTE professional staff develop strong relationships devoted to student personal, academic, and ethical success.

Commuter Students: Commuter students will

make meaningful connections to the residential community through activities on and off campus. Weekend activities are available for both student populations, and all weekday clubs include both residential and commuter students.

State-of-the-art computer lab Academic enrichment study rooms Common lounges for student recreation Engineering lab

Dining: Daily Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Local Restaurants & Food Delivery

Typical Daily Schedule: 7:45 AM: Breakfast at School 8:30-9:30 AM: Class 1 9:35-10:35 AM: Class 2 10:40-11:40 AM: Class 3 11:45 AM-12:50 PM: Lunch/Enrichment 12:55-1:55 PM: Class 4 2:00-3:00 PM: Class 5 3:05-5:30 PM: Clubs/Free Time 5:30-6:30 PM: Dinner 6:30-7:45 PM: Free Time/Activities 7:45-8:45 PM: Study Hour 8:45-10 PM: Free Time/Activities 10:00 PM: In-room Curfew 11:00 PM: Lights Out(weekdays) Midnight: Curfew(weekends) **8:00 PM-7:00 AM: Quiet Hours

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