Advanced Technology Institute has three different campuses in Virgina. Their main campus is in Virginia Beach, the Commerical Driving Campus is in Norfolk, and their Virgina Beach Campus is also in Virginia Beach.
American Career College was originally founded by David Pyle in 1978. It operates as a private, for-profit vocational college. The American Career College focus is centered around health care training and treatment programs. There are both diploma and associate degrees available to students, although degree levels will vary on the type of program a student goes into. These programs are available through the American Career College campuses, which are located across the general Los Angeles metro area. The American Career College program is accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES).
Remington College was founded in 1940. The oldest and original campus is the former Spencer Business College located in Lafayette, Louisiana. Since its founding, Remington has grown to incorporate sixteen campuses all within the United States. They are non-profit, post-secondary educational institutions. The headquarters are located in Heathrow, Florida and offers both degree and diploma programs. Each campus offers different programs and degrees.
In addition to having physical campuses, Remington College also provides an online platform where students can earn their degree entirely online. Remington College has been part of the U.S. higher-education community since 1987 with each campus being accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).
Apex Technical School has serviced New Yorkers since 1961, and they are licensed by the New York State Education Department. The school's founders were engineers who developed a trade school to offer hands-on, quality education. With this in mind, Apex's programs are made in a way to balance both the industry theories as well as give hands-on instruction. Apex celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2011 and a year later they moved their location to Long Island City, Queens.
Atlanta Technical College (ATC) was established in 1964 and originally enrolled adults in vocational education. At that time there were 24 occupational programs offered. Recently, ATC has produced many students that have been recognized by the state of Georgia. To name a couple, they have seven seven state GOAL (Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership) winners and four state PRIDE (Performance Recognition Indicating Demonstrated Excellence) winners.
Atlanta Technical Colleges strives to provide exceptional education to a diverse audience representing the old and young, people with special needs, all ethnic backgrounds, people with different interests, and much more.