School Announcements

  • End of Marking Period 2 - Wednesday, December 7 (Click Here for More Info)

    The second marking period ends on Wednesday, December 7. Report Cards will be distributed in third period classes on Wednesday, December 14.

    Aviation High School - Long Island City, New York

Marking Period 2 Ends on December 7

Marking Period 2 Ends on December 7

Report Cards Will be Distributed on Wednesday, December 14 in Period Three Classes.


Our School Community!

Calendar Events

  • Senior Dues

    Price increases to $170 from $160.
    Student Activities
  • 2nd Marking Period Ends

    Aviation High School - Long Island City, New York
  • School Leadership Team Meeting

    Aviation High School - Long Island City, New York
  • Aviation HS

    Parent Association Meeting

    Aviation High School - Long Island City, New York
  • 2nd Marking Period Report Cards Distributed

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The Benefits of Trade Schools

Bell Schedules


Click on the image to view Aviation High School's Bell Schedules.

Freshmen Schedules

Freshmen are scheduled for one of two sessions for the remainder of the year:

  • Periods 1-8 (8:00 am - 2:39 pm)
  • Periods 2–9 (8:59 am - 3:27 pm)
  • Plus 45 minutes once a week for science lab

Guidance Counselors

Office Suite 135

Phone >> 718-361-2032 Ext. 1351

9th Grade: Ms. W. Gutierrez

10th Grade: Ms. Ojong (on leave until January 2017)

11th Grade: Ms. Diaz

12th Grade: Ms. Donohue 

Letters of Recommendation!

Seniors: It is time to ask your teachers for letters of recommendation.  DO NOT WAIT!  Remember, your junior year teachers can also write letters of recommendations and they know you best.  Try to find teachers who know you best.

Daily Practice for the New SAT

(click on the image!)

Visit the College Board website for more SAT information and to register for the next SAT exam.

NPR Profiles Aviation High School's JFK Annex!

Deep Inside New York's JFK Airport, There's A High School
"New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport is among the busiest in the country: More than 1,000 flights touch down and take off each day. More than 50 million passengers hurry through its gates each year.

But something else is happening too.

Not far from the waxed floors of the terminals and the automated voice proclaiming the end of the moving walkway, there's a school. And a classroom that has six wheels, two wings, and a tail. It is a Boeing 727, parked on the tarmac near the hangars and warehouses..."

Read the rest of the article here!

2010 Commencement Challenge Video

"No student shall, on the basis of gender, race, color, national origin, disability, or age be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits, or otherwise be subject to unlawful discrimination under any Career and Technical Education program or activity."