Aviation Science and Technology
Aviation Science and Technology allows students to learn what it takes to be a pilot, and also the skills needed for other important careers tending to aircraft and their facilities. Segment titles include aviation documentation; human factors; aerodynamics; airplane systems; aircraft performance; aviation meteorology; communication and flight information; flight planning; flight maneuvers; safety; and flight environment.
- Pellston High School / Pellston Regional Airport
- Aerospace Engineer
- Air Traffic Controller
- Flight Attendant
- Aircraft Technician
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Program News & Information
ALANSON - The Aviation Science and Technology program, a Char-Em ISD Career and Technical Education offering hosted by Alanson Public Schools, is providing more students the chance to earn their pilots’ licenses in high school, thanks to a number of recent...
ALANSON - The Aviation Science & Technology program hosted by Alanson Public Schools, and housed at Pellston Regional Airport, recently received a generous grant to help pay for private pilot training for those students interested in earning their private pilot...
PELLSTON - Airline delays and cancellations have become increasingly common recently as a nationwide and global pilot shortage continues to strain the airline industry. It’s projected that 14,500 pilots will be needed every year through 2030, along with tens of...
ALANSON – Former Marine helicopter and current general aviation pilot Duane Enos will be the new instructor of the Aviation Science and Technology course, housed at Alanson Public Schools with instruction at Pellston Regional Airport, beginning in the fall for the...