CNN's "Great Big Story" on Aviation HS!
Spring 2017 Parent-Teacher Conferences
The Spring 2017 Parent-Teacher Conferences will take place on
Thursday, March 23 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Friday, March 25 from 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Additionally, please take note of the following shortened schedule for Friday, March 24, 2017. All students will follow their schedule according to the bell schedule below.
On Friday, March 24, 2017 students will report and be dismissed as follows:
Period 1 8:30-9:10
Period 2 9:13-9:53
Period 3 9:56-10:36
Period 9 10:39-11:19
Periods 0, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 and 10 will be cancelled.
Breakfast and lunch will not be served.
The latest students will be dismissed by 11:19 AM, but students who do not have a 9th or 10th period class will be dismissed at 10:36 AM. The Parent-Teacher Afternoon Conferences will begin promptly at 12:30 PM.
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Parent-Teacher Evening ConferencesAviation High School - Long Island City, New York
Parent-Teacher Afternoon ConferencesAviation High School - Long Island City, New York
Saturday School is in Session
7:30 AM - 11:30 AMAviation High School - Long Island City, New York
SUNY Welcome Center
Education Opportunity Program- SUNY Info SessionCollege Office
Jacob K.Javits Convention Center
NACAC National College Fair!!
Meet Fact to Face with over 200 College Reps at the Fair.
Register on www.nacafairs.org/ncfstudentregistration.
Great opportunity and fantastic workshops.College Office
Aviation High School Attracts Global Interest!
NY1 Story: Annex Students Visit LaGuardia Airport
Students from our 5th Year Annex program visit LaGuardia Airport on Thursday, March 9, 2017! Watch the NY1 report on the visit!
Our School Community!
Aviation HS Sports Calendar
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
2010 Commencement Challenge Video
Interested in a Job for the Summer?
Your first step to find a job is to get your Working Papers. Click here to print out the application. The application, with Section 1 completed, should be submitted to Ms. Newsome in room 130, along with a note from your doctor indicating that you are "fit to work." The doctor's note must be stamped/signed by your doctor. For more information please see your counselor or Ms. Newsome.
Office Suite 135
Phone >> 718-361-2032 Ext. 1351
9th Grade: Ms. W. Gutierrez
10th Grade: Ms. Ojong
11th Grade: Ms. Diaz
12th Grade: Ms. Donohue
SWD all Grades: Ms. Alba
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!
Daily Practice for the New SAT
Visit the College Board website for more SAT information and to register for the next SAT exam.
Alumni in the News!
Alumnus, Jessica Duke, talks about her work experience at Pratt & Whitney. Click here (or the image) to read the interview!
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The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Name: Dr. Michael Koumoullos, Assistant Principal of Pupil Personnel Services
Address: 45-30 36th Street, Long Island City, NY 11101
Telephone Number: (718) 361-2032, extension 1351
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