57 US High Schools to Begin Teaching the AOPA “You Can Fly” Curriculum

16th Jul 2022

The following Oklahoma high schools are set to begin teaching the AOPA “You Can Fly” Curriculum for the upcoming school year. You Can Fly plays a vital role in helping to ensure the health of aviation, as the nation faces a looming shortage of pilots and aviation professionals.

  • Ada High School and Junior High
  • Altus High School
  • Alva High School
  • Ardmore High School
  • Atoka High School
  • Bartlesville High School
  • Battiest High School
  • Bristow High School
  • Byng High School
  • Charles Page High School
  • Chelsea High School
  • Chisholm High School
  • Davenport High School
  • Deer Creek High School
  • Drumright Public Schools
  • Duncan High School
  • Durant High School
  • Educators for Christian Homeschoolers of OK (ECHO)
  • Elmore City Pernell High School
  • Enid High School
  • Fort Cobb Broxton
  • Frederick High School
  • Grandfield High School
  • Great Plains Technology Center
  • Ketchum High School
  • Kingfisher High School
  • Lawton High School
  • Madill High School
  • Marietta High school
  • McAlester High School
  • Mustang High School
  • Norman High School
  • Norman North High School
  • Oilton High School
  • Oklahoma Fine Arts and Science Academy WHHS
  • Okmulgee High School
  • Owasso High School
  • Paoli Public School
  • Pauls Valley High School
  • Piedmont High School
  • Ponca City High School
  • Poteau High School
  • Pawhuska High School
  • Pryor High School
  • Putnam City North High School
  • Seminole High School
  • Sequoyah High School
  • Shawnee High School
  • Tri County Tech
  • Tulsa Technology Center
  • Washington High School
  • Wayne High School
  • Weatherford High School
  • Wewoka High School
  • Wyandotte School District 1
  • Wynnewood High School
  • Yukon High School

An excerpt from Oklahoma Aeronautics recent press release states:

“To support the program, in late 2021 the Commission took on the monumental task to apply for a Workforce Development Grant funded by the Federal Aviation Administration to add support for the implementation of the AOPA program. Staff is working with those 57 schools to distribute FAA funds directly toward classroom supplies.”

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