Congratulations to the Class of 2016!
The entire Aviation High School community would like to congratulate all the graduates of the class of 2016.
We wish you all the best for a bright future!
Any New Incoming Students who missed the orientation on June 9th, and have yet to take the placement exams for both Math and Spanish MUST come on July 12th from 10:00 - 11:30 am. Please enter through the main entrance, located on 35th street.
Summer School 2016
Summer School classes start on July 7 and end on August 16, with two days of Regents exams scheduled from August 17 to August 18. If you have not signed up for a Regents exam, and you would like to take one, please call the school at 718-361-2032 Ext. 1321. The Regents Portal is now closed so you must call the school.
The Summer School Bell Schedule is as follows:
All students must report to the school yard at 8:00 am on Thursday, July 7.
If you have any additional questions, please call us at 718-361-2032 ext. 1321 or email us at email@example.com.
There is a limited selection of courses offered. These courses are designed for remediation. They are designed to help a student make up for a failed course. The complete list of courses offered are as follows:
- English grades 9 - 12
- Global Studies
- US History
- Earth Science (must meet minimum lab counts to enroll) Lab make ups and lab practical exam will take place in early August. More info to follow.
- Living Environment (must meet minimum lab counts to enroll)
- Sophomore Shop (For High School Credit - not to become FAA)
- Junior Shop (For High School Credit - not to become FAA)
August Regents Schedule - Exams not listed below are not offered by New York State in August. Students enrolled in summer school will automatically be enrolled for the corresponding Regents exam in August except for students enrolled in math classes. Students enrolled in Algebra WILL NOT take the Regents exam in August. Instead, they will take PM School in the fall and then take the Regents exam in January 2016.
Wednesday, August 17th at 8:00 am
- Algebra I CC (only for students who passed course in June yet failed June Regents Exam)
- Geometry Common Core
Wednesday, August 17th at 12:00 pm
- Global History
- Algebra 2/Trig
Thursday, August 18th at 8:00 am
Thursday, August 18th at 12:00 pm
- English Language Arts Common Core
- Living Environment
- Algebra II CC
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!
Parents, Access Your NYC Account Here!
First time users, to learn how to access the system contact our Parent Coordinator, Cynthia Mafla, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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!
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