College and Career Week is Here!!!
Tues. Oct. 13 College/Career Talk
College and Industry discussion in all classes
Wed. Oct. 14 PSAT & Lesson Day
All sophomores and juniors take the PSAT for free in the morning. College application process lessons in all academic classrooms (click here to access the lessons). The link will not work in Internet Explorer. Please use Google Chrome. Career and Industry opportunities discussed in aircraft maintenance classes.
Thurs. Oct. 15 College Fair Night
All students are encouranged to attend the College Fair held in the student cafeteria from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm.
Fri. Oct. 16 College and Career Symposium
For Juniors Only: Shop classes will go to the auditorium periods 4 and 7 to listen to a panel of professionals discuss college and career choices.
Saturday, October 10, 2015
9:00 am to 11:00 am (The last tour starts at 11:00 am)
All middle school students and their families are invited to come take a tour of our school and talk with our teachers and students. You should expect to spend approximately 45 minutes with us. Enter through the aircraft hangar on 35th Street, between 47th Avenue and Queens Blvd.
PSAT Testing Day
Special Schedule for Wednesday, October 14, 2015
9th Grade Students - All 9th year students report to school at 10:55 AM and go directly to their period 3 classes according to the bell schedule below.
10th & 11th Grade Students - All 10th & 11th year students must report to school at 7:20 AM for the PSAT Exam. At the end of the exam, students will report to period 3 according to the bell schedule below. Students who arrive after 8:00 am will not be allowed to sit for the PSAT exam.
12th Grade Students - All seniors report to school at 8:30 AM FOR A MANDATORY SENIOR MEETING. At 11:00 AM all seniors will report to their period 3 classes according to the schedule below.
Special PSAT Bell Schedule
3 11:00 AM to 11:29
4 11:32 to 12:01 PM
5 12:04 to 12:33
6 12:36 to 1:05
7 1:08 to 1:37
8 1:40 to 2:09
9 2:12 to 2:41
10 2:44 to 3:13
Dear Students and Families,
As of September 27, 2015, the Student Grades and Attendance Portal, operated by a company called Daedalus, will close. The company has recently notified the school's administration that is will stop supporting this service. We are currently working on securing a contract with a different company that can provide these services. We will provide more information regarding the new system as it becomes available. If you have any questions regarding your child's education, please call the Guidance Department at 718-361-2032 ext. 1351 (ext. 1352 for Spanish).
We apologize for this inconvenience and we pledge to make this transition as smooth as possible.
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.
2015-2016 Citywide Behavioral Expectations to Support Student Learning and School Safety Documents
Aviation High School is committed to providing a safe and secure learning environment for all students. In order to inform you and your child about student behavioral expectations and safety procedures informational documents were distributed and reviewed in all Social Studies classes on Friday, September 25, 2015 and the documents are available here!
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!
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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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.
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