Students who will be attending the Aerospace & Natural Science Academy of Toledo should click here to learn their travel times: ANSAT Transportation Schedule

Please note: The junior and senior Aviation students and the senior NSTC students who are attending their Career Tech program for half a day will start those programs on Tuesday, August 21.

Adminstrators and staff members are working hard this summer to make sure the new Aerospace & Natural Science Academy of Toledo will be open for the 2018-2019 school year.

Here is some information for students and their families:

The week of August 6-10, from 8 a.m .until 2 p.m. each day, students who received acceptance letters over the summer can come to the school to enroll. They must bring the following documents with them:

  • Copy of Parent ID
  • Their acceptance letter
  • Three 'proofs of residency' (driver’s license with current address; utility bill; voter registration; check stub; letter from employer on employer’s stationery; change of address notification from US Post Office, etc.)
  • Birth certificate
  • If applicable: custodial paperwork
  • If applicable: IEP/ETR/504 Plan
  • Immunization records, with TDAP and Meningitis current
  • Copy of an unofficial transcript if entering from a non-TPS school/district

During this week, students will be able to tour the building, meet administrators and ask any questions they may have.

*PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE VERY CAREFULLY*

MONDAY, AUGUST 13: TWO SESSIONS
SESSION ONE
9-10 a.m: Schedule pick-up and tour the building
10-11 a.m.:Orientation meeting (Q&A)
CCP MEETING: (Mandatory if taking CCP this school year:
11-11:30 a.m: Student CCP meeting
11:40 a.m.-12:40 p.m: Parent CCP meeting
SESSION TWO
1 p.m.-2 p.m: Schedule pick-up and tour the building
2-3 p.m: Orientation meeting
IF YOU PLAN ON GOING TO THE CCP MEETING, PLEASE STAY LATE AFTER SESSION ONE OR COME EARLY FOR SESSION TWO. THE CCP MEETING IS FOR THOSE STUDENTS WHO PLAN ON TAKING CCP COURSES THIS SCHOOL YEAR.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 14: ONE SESSION
5-6 p.m: Schedule pick-up and tour the building
6-7 p.m: Orientation meeting (Q&A)
CCP MEETING: (Mandatory if taking CCP this school year)
7-7:30 p.m: Student CCP meeting
7:30-8:30 p.m: Parent CCP meeting

***PLEASE CONTACT DIANA FOX GALLAHER (SCHOOL COUNSELOR) AT This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. WITH ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS SCHEDULE***

Also, please note: Monday, August 20, is the first day for ALL students at ANSAT. Looking forward to seeing everyone that day!

 

Toledo Public Schools is set to announce its latest initiative in career technology options for high school students.

District leaders on Wednesday will unveil a plan to open the Aerospace and Natural Science Academy of Toledo in time for the 2018-2019 school year. The new academy is aimed at ninth- through 12th-grade students interested in the fields of aviation, environmental science, sustainability, and wildlife management.

Students currently enrolled at the TPS Aviation Center and Natural Science Technology Center have a split schedule. Part of their day is spent at their home high school, and the remainder is spent at the center, where their specialty classes are offered. The new academy will allow students to take both their core curriculum and specialty classes at the same building.

The academy will be located at Toledo Express Airport in the building that used to house the Flight Safety International pilot training program.

 

Source: http://www.toledoblade.com/Education/2017/10/23/TPS-to-launch-Aerospace-and-Natural-Science-Academy-of-Toledo.html

The Aviation Center doesn't look like any other school building within Toledo Public Schools and that's exactly the point.

Housed in a hangar at Toledo Express Airport - at the end of a long row of airline industry-related companies - the center is a hands-on, three year Career Tech program that prepares students to become FAA-approved maintenance technicians.

Yes, there is a standard classroom for the book work and one with computers at every desk so students can study diagrams of plane parts. But there's also a large room filled with plane engines that seniors take completely apart and put back together and a cavernous hangar filled with the three planes the center owns, as well as parts of planes that are either being taken apart or put together.