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3.
a school that gets alot of shit talked about, mainly cuz its population ISNT drugdealin' dumfuks that probably go to some shitty ass scool like rancho or cheyenne (i.e. the guy above ^ ^ ^)
ya i go to a-tech, mainly so i can get away from the ugly centenial whores
by joe December 22, 2004

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1.
1) The #1 school of the nation as of 2000 full of:
A. Geeks
B. People who would be geeks but arent geeks. Strange.

Mostly gets made fun of because we are smarter and dont smoke drugs for a living. The population of geeks is astounding, however with the degrading acceptance standards more and more dumb people like the ones from regular schools are getting in.

Also a population of about 20 black people, I get to be one of them. There is also a heavy population of hot asian girls, a definate plus.
Geek example:
Hey guys! I go to A-Tech! Wanna swap calculators! What, you wanna front up on my clique? A-a-A-a-A-a-A-TEECH!!!

Non-Geek example:
I go to A-Tech. I program and such but I like to chill with friends and make fun of the geeks who sit behind me in MultiMedia.
by ElDiabloNegro January 27, 2005
 
2.
Acronym for Antiquated Technologies Academy, formerly the Advanced Technology Academy, but technology has passed the school by at the turn of the century.
A-TECH used to be the technology leader in CCSD.
by Oler March 07, 2005
 
4.
Common misspelling of gay-tech, a Las Vegas magnet high school characterized by the fact that all attending said school are gay. There are also two Popeye's Chicken's nearby.
I am gay. I think I will attend a-tech where I will be accepted for who I am.
by djangoshootsfirst July 10, 2008
 
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1. A magnet school located in Northern Las Vegas, full of nerds (a.k.a. an unstylish, unattractive, or socially inept person; especially : one slavishly devoted to intellectual or academic pursuits <computer nerds>)
-Wow, he goes to A-Tech, he has no life.
-You go to A-Tech, you sad excuse for a socal life.
by Oranos December 16, 2004