Who We Are
CROSS KEYS TECHNOLOGY CENTER is a DeKalb County School District High School Career Technology Center located at Cross Keys High School. DeKalb County high school students can select a program of interest from our list of course offerings and earn credits toward graduation as well as industry recognized certifications-all during the regular school day! CROSS KEYS TECHNOLOGY CENTER operates on a 4 x 4 block schedule where two blocks of the day are spent at CROSS KEYS TECHNOLOGY CENTER receiving hands-on training and the other two blocks of the day are spent at the home school. Bus transportation is provided to and from the home school.
OUR MISSION: To provide industry certified programs and opportunities for career pathway completion with an attached certification for post-secondary education and career opportunities.
OUR VISION: To provide exclusive opportunities for students to successfully complete career pathways at the qualification level required for entry into post-secondary related jobs, apprenticeships, two-year and/or four-year certification or college degree programs.
Who We Serve
DeKalb County high school students who are actively enrolled at our feeder schools are eligible to attend CROSS KEYS TECHNOLOGY CENTER. Our feeder schools are: Chamblee HS, Clarkston HS, Cross Keys HS, DeKalb School of the Arts, Dunwoody HS, Druid Hills HS, Elizabeth Andrews HS, Lakeside HS, Stone Mountain HS and Tucker HS. Students must be 16 years old by October 1st of the current school year to qualify to attend.
How to Sign Up
Students interested in taking classes at CROSS KEYS TECHNOLOGY CENTER must meet with their high school counselor for advisement and to register for classes.
“Interested in signing up for Cross Keys Technology Center Classes for next year? Click on the link below to pre-register. Registration will not be finalized until you’ve met with your counselor to obtain approval.”