The Pulaski County Area Technology Center is located at 3865 S Hwy 27 (turn towards Hardee's at stoplight 22) and serves students from Pulaski County High School, Somerset High School, and Southwestern High School. The PCATC first opened its doors in 2006.
Career and Technical Programs offered at this institution:
Automotive Technology, Carpentry, Health Sciences, Industrial Maintenance and Welding Technology.OUR MISSION
Vision: With high expectations and strong partnerships, Kentucky Tech will actively engage all students in the mastery of academic and technical skills needed to be ready for college and a career.
Students, parents, employees and the general public are hereby notified that the Pulaski County Area Technology Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin,
sex, genetic information, religion, age, disability, or limitations related to pregnancy, childbirth, or related
medical conditions in educational services, employment or activities as set forth in Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, Section 504, ADA and Harassment. Any person having inquiries concerning the Pulaski County Area Technology Center’s compliance with Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, Section 504, ADA & Harassment is directed to contact Michelle Sadler, EEO Coordinator, Pulaski County Area Technology Center (3365 S Hwy 27 Somerset KY) at 606-678-2998, who is designated to coordinate the school’s efforts to comply with Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, Section 504, ADA and Harassment.
The Feud for Food is a two-week annual food drive competition within the Pulaski County Schools where the winner gets possession of the Compassion Cup trophy until next year. Students and staff across the district donate non-perishable food items that are distributed to families through community agencies and local churches.
Since the Feud began twenty-one years ago, the students and staff of Pulaski County Schools have collected 1,302,532 food items for families in our community. This year, the North and South Schools collected a combined total of 57,662 food items with the south collecting the most to win the Compassion Cup.
The Kentucky Summative Assessment (KSA) scores have been released and Pulaski County Schools is a high ranking district in Kentucky. Overall, our elementary schools rank within the top 6%, middle schools within the top 10%, and high schools within the top 17%. We're proud of our students, teachers, and staff, and we're grateful for the support we receive from our community partners! We strive to meet the needs of each child, and continuously improve their educational experiences. Way to Go Pulaski County Schools!