The Qualifying Exam will be administered on Monday, May 20, 2013 to all seniors.
Passing grade for all sections of this exam is 85.
JetBlue Invites Aviation High School Seniors to Florida Expo!
"It was a big day of flying. Six students and a teacher from Aviation were invited by JetBlue to fly to Orlando and then take a 12-minute charter flight packed with other aviation students and JetBlue employees. They landed in Lakeland, Florida at an aviation expo called Sun 'n Fun.
'The purpose of today is to connect aviation education in New York with aviation education in Florida,' said Bonny Simi vice president of talent at JetBlue..."
Aviation High School Congratulates Sharonee Vaca and Mindy Zhu on Their Acceptance into NASA's Women in STEM High School Aerospace Scholars Program (WISH)!
About the Program:
Female high school juniors are immersed in learning as they become members of the interactive online community WISH, facilitated by NASA. As part of their interactive learning experience, students complete lessons covering past, current and future space exploration. The lessons include an essay, math problem and quiz. They will be graded by certified teachers. To enhance their studies, students will be able to chat with NASA subject matter experts. After completing the lessons, each student will submit a final project based on a leading female STEM professional who is developing cutting-edge technology or performing new research.
As part of the experience, students will compete to attend the summer workshop at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, where they will work alongside female NASA engineers and interns to design a mission to Mars. Approximately 40 WISH students will work in collaborative teams doing hands-on activities and presenting their projects to NASA personnel and community leaders.
Aviation High School Students Participate in Town Hall Meeting with astronaut Robert S. Kimbrough (Colonel, USA)
On April 20, 2013, Aviation High School's Science Leadership Institute students attended the prestigious Bouchet Conference held at Yale University!
Aviation High School Represented at the 2013 English Language Learners STEM Conference
The Office of English Language Learners held its annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Conference on April 19, 2013 in the Armory in Manhattan. The STEM Conference was a great success and all attendees were impressed by our school, students, and program.
Aviation's FIRST Robotics Team Takes Home the Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Entrepreneurship Award at the SBPLI 2013 FIRST Regional Competition!
Aviation High School Earns an "A" Rating Six Years in a Row!
See the newly released New York City Department of Education Progress Report for Aviation High School's 2011-2012 school year. Aviation High School has earned an "A" rating every year since the Progress Reports were put into effect.
2012 Senior Project: Fully Overhauled and Restored Cessna 150K
During the 2011-2012 school year, Aviation High School seniors worked on a year long project to overhaul, repair and refurbish a 1969 Cessna 150K that was sitting in an airfield in upstate New York for over eight years. Led by Aviation Maintenance senior teachers, the students in the hangar set to work stripping the decades old paint, repairing the aircraft, and restoring it to its original beauty, while 5th Year Honors students overhauled the engine at Aviation High School's JFK Annex. The students worked diligently all throughout the year to restore the aircraft and the hard work paid off! By June 2012 the Cessna 150K was running smoothly and shining bright! All the students who worked on the plane were recognized by Principal Charalambous and JetBlue CEO Dave Barger during the 2012 Graduation ceremony. This project was a great testament to the hard work, perseverance, and dedication to the field of aviation that all Aviation High School students are known for. Take a look at the project photo album to see the progress from beginning to end!
Aviation Grads at Work!
Wayne Wright ~ January 2013 Southwest Star of the Month
As a student at Aviation High School in Queens, New York, Wayne Wright always knew what he wanted to be when he grew up—a line mechanic for an airline. And even after 17 years doing the job at Southwest Airlines, he still enjoys every minute he spends helping to keep our aircraft fit and ready to fly.
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