Flights & Awards

EAA Young Eagle Flight – 6.2.2018
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April 2018 – Triad Awards
Students in the Aviation 101 course were recognized during the Triad 5 awards for their excellence in aviation. They were given a certificate, aviator cap, and goggle to commemorate their accomplishments.IMG_1328 - UseIMG_1319 - Use

EAA Eagle Flight – 3.31.2018
Another student from the aviation 101 course took flight over the San Jacinto Valley viewing the world from above.
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SJVA Staff – Eagle Flight –  3.31.2018
Middle School Teachers – Mr. Chhunry and Ms. Chi
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March 2018 – Triad Awards
Students in the Aviation 101 course were recognized during the Triad 4 awards for their excellence in aviation. They were given a certificate, aviator cap, and goggle to commemorate their accomplishments.
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SJVA Staff – Eagle Flight –  11.18.2018
High School Teacher, Mr. Raineri

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EAA Young Eagle Flight – 9.23.17
Students from the Aviation 101 course took flight from Hemet-Ryan airport and toured the San Jacinto Valley.

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EAA Young Eagles Flight – 04.15.17 & 05.13.17
On Saturday April 15th and May 13th, students from SJVA’s Aviation club took flight as part of the EAA Young Eagles Program.

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EAA Young Eagles Flight – 05.02.15

On Saturday May 2nd, six students from our Aviation club took flight as part of the EAA Young Eagles Program.

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EAA Young Eagles Flight – 02.18.12
The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) has a special program called Young Eagles. It was “launched in 1992 to give interested young people, ages 8 – 17, an opportunity to go flying in a general aviation airplane. Since 1992, more than 1.6 million Young Eagles have enjoyed a flight through the program. Young Eagles have been registered in more than 90 different countries and have been flown by more than 42,000 volunteer pilots.”

On February 18, 2012, I provided flights to 4 middle school students who participate in our Aviation Club. This was my first time participating in the Young Eagles program and it was truly a great experience. Many youth are interested in aviation and this is a great way to help encourage them to pursue various careers in aviation or at least open their eyes to the possibilities of general aviation. These young adults were extremely excited and thankful for their first airplane ride.