Students working in the Construction Technology program
Construction Technology
Students in the Automotive Technology program
Automotive Technology
Students demonstrate patient care in the Health Sciences program.
Health Sciences
Students in the Computerized Manufacturing and Machining program.
Computerized Manufacturing and Machining
Student demonstrating a welding process.
Welding Technology

Welcome to Mason County Career Magnet School!

Hours of operation: 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

The Mason County Career Magnet School, one of 53 centers across Kentucky, serves 194 students in grades 9 – 12 that are seeking industry certifications in Health Science, Automotive Technology, Machine Tool, Welding and Electrical Technology. 

Serving Students from: Mason County High School, Robertson County High School, Augusta High School and Bracken County High School, our purpose is to enhance and expand student career options that lead to continuing their education at postsecondary and/or successful employment upon graduation from high school. 

Serving a vital role in the region’s economic development, we provide practice-based learning in program areas, as well as, placement through cooperative education, internships, clinicals and practicum experiences.


Area Technology Center is now Mason County Career Magnet School

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Mason County Area Technology Center is now Mason County Career Magnet School. We are moving to a new location, expanding our programs, and growing to better serve you. Stay connected follow us on Twitter @masoncountycms for more details.

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Machine Tool
Auto Tech Students at Mason County ATC
Brad Smalley - Auto Tech Teacher
Health Science Students Assessing a Patient
Health Science
Brad Smalley, Auto Technology Teacher
Auto Tech