Community Resources

Services Available to the Public

The following programs offer customer services to the community:


Auto Body Technology 

Auto body repair and painting. The customer pays an appropriate charge for parts and materials needed.

Automotive Technology 

Car care services such as tune-up, oil change, diagnostic services, etc. by appointment. The customer pays an appropriate charge for the parts and materials needed.


Hair and nail care by appointment. Customer pays appropriate charge for product needed.

Culinary Arts/Management 

Offers several services at reasonable costs:

  • Take-out meals or desserts
  • A Christmas cookie sale prior to the holidays

Early Childhood Education 

Conducts a preschool for children of area residents for a reasonable fee. Parents may pick up registration forms for their three-, four-, and five-year-olds at the ACWHCC front office.

Graphic Communications

Printing services for invitations, brochures, leaflets or other literature. Customer pays the cost of materials needed.

Power Equipment Technology

Provides maintenance/repair service for small engine machines such as lawn mowers, farm and yard tractors, ATV’s, chain saws, etc. The customer is charged a reasonable fee for materials needed.

Transportation Academy

Basic car care such as oil changes, tire rotation, wash and wax, detailing, etc. Customer pays an appropriate charge for materials needed.


The Pendulum Restaurant

Sit-down restaurant run by students in the culinary arts program.

Levy Information
Thanks to our communities for passage of our Nov. 3, 2015 ballot issue.  Your continuing support permits ACWHCC to offer career-technical education to area students giving them viable work-place skills and pathways to higher education options.  


  • 95% of ACWHCC students graduate on time
  • 86% of ACWHCC graduates are employed, go on to higher education, enter apprenticeships or the military


  • ACWHCC's 2013-2014 Career-Technical Planning District Report Card rates ACWHCC with an "A" in Achievement, i.e. measuring the skills and knowledge learned in a student's career-technical program and an "A" in Graduation Rate which measures the proportion of career-technical students who graduate high school within four or five years.    The district also received a "B" in Post-Program Outcomes which measures the proportion of graduates employed, in apprenticeships, military or enrolled in higher education or advanced training in the six months following graduation.  (This category is dependent on graduates' reporting of data.)