Aviation Technology Center – The Aviation Technology Center, at Vincennes University in Indianapolis, offers several high school programs that help students earn both high school and college credits while working toward various aviation certifications. Find more information here.
Florida Institute of Technology – F.I.T. Aviation hosts a Summer Flight Camp for students in grades 7-12. To learn more, click here.
NASA Wings – NASA Wings is sponsored by NASA’s Space Communication and Navigation Office and takes place at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. High school students are nominated for this camp through their teachers. Click here for more information.
Saint Louis University – Saint Louis University hosts the Engineering and Aviation Summer Academy. Programs and dates vary by year. Click here to learn more.
United States Air Force Academy – Air Force Services, in conjunction with the United States Air Force Academy, hosts the annual Teen Aviation Camp, which is open to high school students entering 10th or 11th grade. For more information, click here.
University of Oklahoma – OU’s Sooner Flight Academy hosts summer flight camps for students ages 6-18 that teach the principles of flight using science and mathematics. The Sooner Flight Academy also hosts a variety of day camps and other activities. To learn more, click here.
Vaughn College – Located in New York, Vaughn College offers a number of aviation-centric programs designed for high school sophomores and juniors, as well as middle school students. Click here to learn more.