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  • 24 hours of Dual Enrollment at Tarrant County College Alliance Campus. Transportation is provided.

    Students can enroll as sophomores for the 2016-2017 school year but must take the Foundations of Aviation entry level course.

    Students will purchase their own tool set: Average tool set cost of $800-$1200 must be purchased by Junior year. Vendors include Snap-On, Cornwell, Matco and Sears.

    Dual Enrollment at Tarrant County College Alliance Campus. Transportation is provided.

    Students can enroll as sophomores for the 2016-2017 school year but must take the Foundations of Aviation entry level course.

    Students will complete flight time on their own through TCC Alliance.

    Estimated cost for 50 hours of flight is $9,000 to complete license. First steps toward an Applied Associates of Science Transferable credits to ERAU

    Students begin course work with ERAU Sophomore year earning 6 credits per year.

    Textbooks vary per course. Average $50 per course. Students can enroll as sophomores for the 2016-2017

    school year but must take the entry level course. All credits transfer to any ERAU location All courses are taught at V.R. Eaton High School during

    the school day. One period per day.

    The Academy of Aeronautics and Aviation Sciences offers dual enrollment opportunities in partnership with affordable premiere secondary institutions to begin building your education towards an exciting career in aviation.

    8th & 9th Grade students enrolled at NISD may apply by December 18, 2015. http://tinyurl.com/onjp95g.To be accepted to the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University program students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 at the end of their freshman year and maintain that acceptable level throughout the life of the program. All Tarrant County College students must be TSI met in Math, Reading and Writing or meet an exemption. (Please see http://tinyurl.com/p4p97qp for more info on the TSI.)

    All students who enter the program as either freshman or sophomores must take the entry level course Foundations of Aviation for high school credit. This class does not cost money nor does it count for college credit. This course will help you decide which pathway best suits your career pursuits and if this academy is right for you.

    The first course is free so you will not have to pay for courses until either the sophomore or junior year. Upon which, payments will be made directly to TCC or ERAU depending on the course option you have chosen.

    These are academically rigorous college courses. Students are encouraged to put fourth their greatest efforts. Students not meeting academic acceptability will be put on probation for one semester. If they do not achieve academic acceptable status then they will go through a review process and are subject to removal from the program.

    All ERAU courses are taught at V.R. Eaton by a credentialed instructor. TCC courses will be taught at the Alliance campus by a credentialed Tarrant County College instructor. NISD will provide transportation for students that need it.

    For more information about exemptions, tools or financial assistance please visit www.nisdtx.org/cte

    Embry-Riddle Sophomore Year

    Pre-Aeronautics Track

    Embry-Riddle Junior Year

    Pre-Aeronautics Track

    Embry-Riddle Senior Year

    Pre-Aeronautics Track Intro Aero Science

    Fall 3 credit hours earned. This will take 1 class period per day.

    Intro to Flight (Draft) Fall 3-5 credit hours earned. This will

    take 1 class period per day. Intro to Flight Physiology

    Fall 3 credit hours earned. This will take 1 class period per day.

    Intro to Space Flight Spring 3 credit hours earned. This will

    take 1 class period per day.

    Transportation Science Spring 3 credit hours earned. This will

    take 1 class period per day.

    UAS Intro Course Spring 3 credit hours earned. This

    will take 1 class period per day.

    Aviation Mechanics Junior Year Aviation Mechanics Senior Year Students will take 2 courses in the fall for 6 hours

    TCC credit and 1 High School credit. Aviation Sciences Shop Practices

    Students will take 2 courses in the fall for 6 hours TCC credit and 2 High School credits

    Power Plant Electricity Weight & Balance

    Students will take 2 courses in the spring for 6 hours TCC credit and 1 High School credit

    Basic Electricity Ground Ops

    Students will take 2 courses in the spring for 6 hours TCC credit and 1 High School credit

    Reciprocating Engines Federal Aviation Regulations

    Pilot Program Junior Year Pilot Program Senior Year Students will take 2 courses in the fall for 6 hours

    TCC credit and 1 High School credit. Aviation Sciences Shop Practices

    Students will take 2 courses in the fall for 7 hours TCC credit and 2 High School credit

    Private Pilot Ground School Introduction to Aviation

    Students will take 2 courses in the spring for 6 hours TCC credit and 1 High School credit Basic Electricity Ground Ops

    Students will take 2 courses in the spring for 6 hours TCC credit and 1 High School credit

    Air Navigation Aviation Meteorology

    2 hour course in Summer + (50 Hrs. Flight) to license TCC courses are a double block class, which will require a commitment of 2 periods daily. The sequence and timeframe are

    subject to adjustment by TCC based on course enrollment. NISD will provide transportation for students enrolled in Aviation Mechanics and Pilot Program at TCC Alliance. All aviation academy students will take a required introductory course (Foundations of Aviation) their first year. If students

    enroll in the academy as sophomores they must take the introductory course. Students enrolled in TCC courses must take the Foundations of Aviation course, as well as well as the Engineering or

    Architecture graphics course. Students who join the academy as sophomores for the 2016-2017 school year may have the architecture or Engineering course waived, but not the Foundations of Aviation course.

    Tarrant County College & Embry-Riddle Course Options

  • Aviation Mechanics Junior Year Course sequence/timeframe subject to adjustment by TCC based

    on course enrollment

    Aviation Mechanics Senior Year Course sequence/timeframe subject to adjustment by TCC based

    on course enrollment Students will take 2 Courses in the fall for 6

    hours TCC credit and 1 High School credit. Aviation Sciences Shop Practices

    This is a double block class, which will require a commitment of 2 periods daily.

    Students will take 2 Courses in the fall for 6 hours TCC credit and 1 High School credit

    Power Plant Electricity Weight & Balance

    This is a double block class, which will require a commitment of 2 periods daily.

    Students will take 2 Courses in the spring for 6 hours TCC credit and 1 High School credit

    Basic Electricity Ground Ops

    This is a double block class, which will require a commitment of 2 periods daily.

    Students will take 2 Courses in the spring for 6 hours TCC credit and 1 High School credit

    Reciprocating Engines Federal Aviation Regulations

    This is a double block class, which will require a commitment of 2 periods daily.

    The Academy Aeronautics and Aviation Sciences

    4 Year Course Sequence for Aviation Mechanics (Academy Courses in Shaded Boxes)

    Grade 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

    9th World

    Geography** English I

    Algebra I Biology

    World Language

    I*

    Foundations of Aviation at V.R.

    Eaton High School

    Fine Arts

    10th World

    History** English II Geometry

    IPC, Physics, or Chemistry

    World Language

    II*

    Architecture Graphics at V.R.

    Eaton High School

    Communication

    Applications*

    Elective

    11th U.S. History English III Advanced

    Math Advanced Science

    PE*

    Aviation Sciences/Shop Practices at Tarrant County College

    Alliance Campus

    Basic Electricity/Ground Ops at Tarrant County College

    Alliance Campus

    12th

    Government

    Advanced

    English Advanced

    Math Advanced Science

    Elective

    Power Plant Elec./Weight & Balance at Tarrant County College

    Alliance Campus

    Economics Reciprocating Engines/Federal

    Aviation Regulations at Tarrant County College

    Alliance Campus

    Pilot Program Junior Year Course sequence/timeframe subject to adjustment by TCC based

    on course enrollment Pilot Program Senior Year

    Course sequence/timeframe subject to adjustment by TCC based on course enrollment

    Students will take 2 courses in the fall for 6 hours TCC credit and 1 High School credit

    Aviation Science Shop Practices

    This is a double block class, which will require a commitment of 2 periods daily.

    Students will take 2 courses in the fall for 7 hours TCC credit and 1 High School credit

    Private Pilot Ground School Introduction to Aviation

    This is a double block class, which will require a commitment of 2 periods daily.

    Students will take 2 courses in the spring for 6 hours TCC credit and 1 High School credit

    Basic Electricity Ground Ops

    This is a double block class, which will require a commitment of 2 periods daily.

    Students will take 2 courses in the spring for 6 hours TCC credit and 1 High School credit

    Air Navigation Aviation Meteorology

    2 hour course in Summer + (50 Hrs. Flight) to license This is a double block class, which will require a commitment of 2 periods daily.

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