Our students are introduced to the science surrounding aviation including basic aeronautics.  They learn how planes fly and they get to go flying frequently.  Each student is given his/her personal pilot's log book  and  introductory flying lessons, free of charge.
Students develop technological skills.  Beginning with fabrication of their own tool boxes, they advance to aircraft construction learning sheet metal, electronics, wiring, painting and many other skills.
Essential to aircraft construction is practical application of measurements, fractions, and reading tape measures.  Our project is designed in both standard and metric measurements.  Students develop functional use of both.
Through hands-on  fabrication and assembly, students learn basic principles of aircraft design and construction.  They learn to read, interpret and apply blueprints and assembly instructions.  They are encouraged to excel in science subjects in school in anticipation of one day studying engineering.