The mission of Allatoona Tech Academy is to provide opportunities for students interested in Technology, Engineering and Computing.

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Congrats, Seniors!!

Congratulations to our Senior Officers!
We are proud to announce that Evan, Christina and David were accepted to Georgia Tech through early application.
Good luck on your future endeavors!

Welcome Rising 9th Graders & Parents January 20!!
We had over 30 students stop by to check out our projects, components, and programs!   They also signed up to receive emails about Summer Camps and Tech Academy at August Buc Bash.  A Power Point showed our 3D printer in action creating a 4-stage rocket!

David, founder and President of TEC club in 2019, taught the first TEC Summer Camp in 2019 for Programming, Creating web pages, and Arduino Circuits. The club has grown to include Robotics and 3D printing, so we’ve changed our name to Technology Academy. He is currently working on Data Science modules. Our officers and members have impressive experience, so if you are interested to learn or try new things, we can get you started!

Christina, President of Arduino circuits, Electronics & Robotics, can
work with you to build circuits and build a remote-controlled car! Make circuit boards light up, program transmitter/transceivers, or program motors to spin! She is currently working on a SmartRobot. We use Arduino so there are numerous projects to try!

Evan, President of Programming, can get you started with Python, JavaScript, HTML, or C++. He has extensive knowledge and can start you with the basics, or step you through the design process to program games or web pages.

Nate, Vice-President of Arduino circuits, Electronics & Robotics, is working on a Robotic Arm. He can help step you through the Arduino projects… the next step is building a robot car. Nate also works with Arduino circuits, building websites and building computers from parts.

Xalen, Vice-President of 3D-printing and Graphics, has created some advanced projects on our Creality 3D printer. He also helps with the Arduino projects and building computers.

We meet every Tuesday after school in the Media Center
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Pay $40 dues on for the school year.
1st club day is Tuesday, August 17, 2021!
Dues paid in August include an entire school year of club, Aug-April.
If you join 2nd semester (January 2022), dues are $20.
Work independently on projects or with a partner.
Programming or circuit boards, we help you get started!

  • no experience necessary, just bring motivation and a willingness to learn
  • learn programming languages (Java, JavaScript, C++, Python, etc.)
  • learn how to build webpages using HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • implement digital/WiFi tech projects, such as programming circuit boards
  • work on projects together or self-paced, depending on interest
  • promote STEM by volunteering at Tech Academy Summer Camp