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NEW STUDENT REQUIREMENT! Print E-mail

NEW STATE OF FL REQUIRMENT FOR NEW ADULT STUDENTS - EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY

In order to receive the Florida resident tuition rate, ALL new students must provide TWO REQUIRED forms of documents proving residency for the LAST 12 MONTHS!  These original documents must be brought to the school in order to register and receive the Florida tuition rate.

 
Business Connections Wanted! Print E-mail

Interested in working along side George T. Baker Aviation Technical College on educating the next Aviation Maintenance Technician workforce?  Interested in tapping into a a group of talents individuals for your next set of employees?  Want to be a part of the team that is directing Baker Aviation through the 21st century?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, please contact Mr. René Mantilla, Principal, and be sure to join our mailing list (see menu bar on your left).  I look forward to working with you in the very near future!

 
Baker Alumni Wanted! Print E-mail

Are you a George T. Baker Aviation Technical College Alumni?  We want to get re-connected!  Please take a few minutes and add your name to our mailing list so that we can communicate with you about some upcoming alumni events. Than you in advance and hope to speak with you soon.  You can join our mailing list by clicking on the "Join Mailiing List" on the menu on the left.

 
High School Off to Great Start! Print E-mail

George T. Baker Aviation School's high school programs are off to a roars start for the 2008-2009 school year.  We have over 500 high school students from 37 Miami-Dade High Schools in grades 9 through 12.  We currently have students on a waiting list for several of our programs. Students who are now enrolled are years ahead of their peers in the start of the career or college life.

 
Summer Program is Going Great Print E-mail

The summer Build & Soar Program is going great! Numerous students are working with Barrington Irving's Experience Aviation and are in the process of building a plan!  See Baker and Experience Aviation students on CNN.