Daily Announcements

Welcome Back!
The 2015-2016 school year begins on September 9, 2015.  All students will report to school by 8:25 AM and report to their Official Class room at 8:30 AM.  All parents and students will receive a letter in the mail containing first day of school Official Class information during the week of August 24. If students do not receive this letter, Official Class information will be posted in the cafeteria for further review. During the Official Class period all students will receive:
  • Class Schedules (Programs)
  • MetroCards
  • Transcripts
  • Lunch PIN Letters
All students will follow the special bell schedule below for the first day of school only. All freshmen students will be dismissed by 2:36 pm.

1st Day - September Official Class
Bell Schedule
Period

Start

End

Official Class
8:30
9:40
3
9:43
10:17
4
10:20
10:54
5
10:57
11:31
6
11:34
12:08
7
12:11
12:45
8
12:48
1:22
9
1:25
1:59
10
2:02
2:36

Please note that all class data will be updated in our aviationhs.net site by the end of September or start of October.  Until then you will not be able to access your class specific documents and resources on the website.
 All the best for a successful school year!

Congratulations to the Class of 2015!

The entire Aviation High School community would like to congratulate all the graduates of the class of 2015. 
We wish you all the best for a bright future!




“No Place For Hate” Creative Expression Celebration

In recognition of June being LGBTQ Pride Month, all Aviation High Students are encouraged to submit original, creative works of art, poetry, essays, etc. to be displayed in the First Floor Guidance Gallery portraying the theme “No Place For Hate.”

Need more information?  Stop by the Guidance Office - room 135.




Incoming Student Orientation Day

All incoming students and their families must come to Aviation High School on Thursday, June 4th from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  Please click here to get to the Admissions Page.

Summer Youth Court Volunteer Opportunity

The Queens Youth Court is accepting applications for summer youth participants. 

The QUEST Youth Court trains teenagers to serve as jurors, judges and advocates, handling real- life cases involving their peers. The goal of the QUEST Youth Court is to use positive peer pressure to ensure that young people who have committed minor offenses restore harm done to the community and receive the help they need to avoid further involvement in the justice system. The QUEST Youth Court hears a range of low-level crimes referred by the New York City Department of Probation, the New York City Law Department (presentment agency for New York City Family Court), and Criminal Court. The majority of cases that come to the QUEST Youth Court are for vandalism, trespassing, and and larceny.


Click on the attachment for the application and more information.
youth justice council Application.docx
View Your FAA Record Online!

All Aviation students and parents can view and print their own or their child's FAA record.  Please click the link below to log in.  This link will also be on the student resources page for the long term future. 

https://app.jumpro.pe/parent/AviationHS


Attention Parents and Guardians: Click on the "Parent" section in the left menu bar to sign up for daily email alerts from your child's teachers!


Attention Students: To sign up for your eChalk website account and log in for the first time, click on the "Students" section in the menu to the left and click on "eChalk Student Registration" to access your course work and contact your teachers!


Students can now access their grades, attendance and transcript information from any device connected to the internet!

Just click on the link below to go to the site.  Remember, you will need the log in information that you received in your period 3 class.

https://students-aviationhighschool.theschoolsystem.net



Attention All Members of the Aviation High School Community: Click on the link below to access the latest bell schedule information!


2012 Senior Project: Fully Overhauled and Restored Cessna 150K

During the 2011-2012 school year, Aviation High School seniors worked on a yearlong 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!



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

Click here to see your child's latest grades!

Trouble logging in?  
Please call Ms. Ronnie Katz at (718) 361-2032, extension 1321 to have your password reset or gain access to the system.

Aviation High School Welcomes Back its...

Aviation High School Alumni Association

Spread the word!

Email: alumni@aviationhs.net
Click here for the Contact Information Form

Announcements

FREE HELP WITH HOMEWORK!
Call 1-212-777-3380 
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu from 4:00 - 7:00 pm
We speak several languages
A teacher will answer, ready to help.

 
Are you ready for the FAA Written Test?

Attention Parents!  We are happy to post that the ARIS Parent Link is now available for Aviation High School parents!  The ARIS Parent Link, referred to as the APL, is a new tool that will allow parents and guardians to access their student’s information from any computer.  Parents will have access to the same information that educators view in the ARIS Student Profile. Parents will be able to view such information as their child’s grades, transcript, attendance, and graduation requirements.  Parents will be able to see their child’s progress towards graduation as well as an explanation on how parents can help their child succeed.
 
The information needed to log into the APL has been sent home with your child and the APL passwords are being sent home during the week of June 22. 
 
We will be scheduling information sessions in the near future to provide hands on familiarization with the ARIS Parent Link.  We invite you to call the Parent Coordinator, Diva Morillo, should you have any questions.  Ms. Morillo can be reached at (718) 361-2032, etc. 1372 or via email at dmorillo@schools.nyc.gov.
 

Receive emergency updates to your phone or email from Notify NYC. Just click on this link to be taken to the official NYC website: NotifyNYC.  NotifyNYC can also be reached by calling 311.


Join the new New York City alumni online system!

"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."
Monday, August 31
Assistant Principals Report for the 2015-2016 School Year
Monday, September 7
Labor Day - School is Closed
Tuesday, September 8
Teachers Report for the First Day of the 2015-2016 School Year
Wednesday, September 9
First Day of 2015-2016 School Year for All Students
Mon, Sep 14 - Tue, Sep 15
Rosh Hashanah - School is Closed

Today, 8/27/2015
High: 81 Low: 67
Mostly clear
1% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 8/28/2015
High: 81 Low: 65
Mostly clear
6% chance of precipitation.