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Teterboro School of Aeronautics follows a policy of open admission. Students are admitted regardless of race, national origin, sex, or creed. Admission and enrollment is open to all U.S. citizens and permanent U.S. residents. All applicants to the school should be at least 17 years of age, in good physical and mental health, and must hold a High School diploma or GED certificate.

 

Students with Disabilities :

Teterboro School of Aeronautics does accept students who may have a disability(ies).  In accordance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 504, the applicant must inform the school that a disability exists and that an academic adjustment(s) must be made by the  school, PRIOR to starting classes.  The applicant must furnish an Individualized Educational Plan (IEP), or Section 504 plan to the school detailing the disability and all adjustments that have worked for the applicant prior to attending Teterboro School. The School will  try to make all possible accommodations , but cannot guarantee that all special adjustments can be made.  The school also reserves the right to make a determination if our program is right and correct for the prospective student.  Any/all determinations will be made  on a case by case basis.

 

Foreign Students:

Teterboro School does not accept foreign students.  Vaughn College, at LaGuardia Airport, Queens NY, will evaluate your credentials for admittance into their program.  Please contact them directly

 

Transfer Students:

Transfer students are accepted, and may be given advanced standing after an evaluation by the school.  The student may be required to take bypass exams, in order to receive credit for coursework already taken at another school.  All supporting documentation should be submitted, and an interview arranged with the school director, at least two (2) weeks prior to the start of classes.  Any questions should be directed to the admissions office.

 

College Credits

ComputerGraduates of the school who hold Federal Airframe and Powerplant Licenses are eligible to receive up to 66 credits toward a Bachelor of Science degree through New Jersey's Thomas Edison State College. Students may also receive credit toward an Associate of Science degree. This program is open to both residents and non-residents of New Jersey. Other colleges and universities may grant credits in various amounts toward an academic degree to those graduates who hold the Federal Airframe and Powerplant Licenses.

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Next Starting Date:                   

Airframe & Powerplant Mechanics Course

Enrolling for - December 22, 2017
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Contact Information:

If you  wish to be contacted, please click here to send us an email, or call our admissions director at:

(201) 288 - 6300

 

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