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What Starts Your Engine?

Whether it’s the passion to do what you love or the guarantee of a fast-paced career, you’ll get the tools for success from ATC.

ATC is more than just a technical school. It’s a community of teachers and students who share a passion for automotive technology, diesel & hi-performance engines, collision repair, marine service, and more. When you earn a diploma from ATC, you’ll be entering an industry that’s evolving daily - where jobs cannot be outsourced and layoffs are rare. And when it comes time to get hired, your hours of hands-on shop experience will put you miles ahead of your competition.

EXTON CAMPUS

ATC's Exton Campus

Situated on five acres, our Exton campus is located in the heart of Chester County, one of Pennsylvania’s fastest growing areas. The campus is a convenient commute from most areas in southeast and south central Pennsylvania, northern Maryland, Delaware, and southern New Jersey via major highways including the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Routes 30, 100, 113, and 202. Free parking is also provided for all ATC students at our Exton campus.

 

 


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Hours of Operation

  • Mon-Thurs: 9am-8pm
  • Friday: 8am-4:30pm
  • Saturday: 9am-4:30pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Directions to Automotive Training Center, Exton – 888-321-8992

From the North (Pottstown, Boyertown):
Take Route 100 South past the PA Turnpike to the intersection with Route 113. Make left onto Route 113 North. [Go to the 2nd light and turn right onto Gordon Drive. Make your 2nd left onto Pickering Way. ATC is the 3rd building on the right, 114 Pickering Way].

From the Northwest (Reading, and Berks County):
Take I 176 South to turnpike at Morgantown. Go east on PA turnpike to next exit, #312 (Downingtown). After toll, take Route 100 South about 1 ½ miles to intersection with Route 113. Make left onto Route 113 North and follow above directions in the [ ].

From the South (West Chester and Wilmington, DE):
Take Route 202 North to Route 100 North. Proceed on Route 100 N, past Route 30, and go to Route 113. Make right onto Route 113 North and follow above directions in the [ ].

From the Southeast (Eastern Delaware County, PA):
Take Route 3 west towards West Chester & get on to Route 202 North. Take Route 100 North towards Exton. Follow Route 100 N, past Route 30, and go to intersection with Route 113. Make right onto Route 113 North and follow above directions in the [ ].

From the Southeast (Lower Delaware County and Southern New Jersey):
Take Route 322 West. Make a left onto Route 1 South. Make a right onto Route 202 North. Take Route 100 North. Proceed on Route 100 N, past Route 30, and go to Route 113. Make right onto Route 113 North and follow above directions in the [ ].

From the Northeast (King of Prussia, Norristown, and Allentown):
Take PA Turnpike west to exit 312 (Downingtown). After tollbooth, take Route 100 South. Go approximately 1 ½ miles to intersection with Route 113. Make left onto Route 113 North and follow above directions in the [ ].

From the East (Philadelphia and New Jersey):
Take the Schuylkill Expressway (Rt. 76) West and get on the PA Turnpike West at King Of Prussia. Take the PA Turnpike west one exit to the Downingtown exit (#312). After tollbooth, take Route 100 South about 1 ½ miles to intersection with Route 113. Make left onto Route 113 North. Follow above directions in the [ ].

From the West (Morgantown, Northern Lancaster County, and Harrisburg):
Take PA Turnpike East to exit 312 (Downingtown). After tollbooth, take Route 100 South about 1 ½ miles to intersection with Route 113. Make left onto Route 113 North. Follow above directions in the
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From the West and SW (Coatesville, Lancaster Co, Western Chester Co, & Maryland):
Take Route 30 East Exit at Route 113 North, proceed around ramp and merge on to 113 North. Follow Route 113 North about 3 miles. After crossing intersection with Route 100, go to the 2nd traffic light (Gordon Drive) Make right onto Gordon Dr. Make 2nd left onto Pickering Way. ATC is 3rd building on the right, 114 Pickering Way.