FAQs

What makes Wings Aerospace Academy different?

WAA focuses on preparing students for experiences and careers in Aerospace by providing hands-on training, mentoring experiences centered around aviation and space.

Is payment required?

No.

Who is in charge of the WAA program?

Wings is in partnership with Elevate Academy to provide the academic framework for the school. The Wings’ experiential program is led by the Director of Education for Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum.

What is the difference between online classes and homeschooling?

Online classes utilize an experienced teacher who is in charge of each student’s learning, amplified and enhanced by technology. Homeschooling places sole responsibility for learning on the student’s parent.

How long are the days?

In an online program, students and parents collaborate with teachers on a schedule that positions the student for success. Those schedules vary based on the individual student.

Hangar days at Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum are once a week from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.

Is there a dress code?

WAA students are required to wear closed toed shoes and long pants.

Is there a lunch program?

Students will be required to bring a sack lunch, snacks, and a water bottle.

Will there be a bus?

There are currently no busses to transport students to Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum on hangar days.

When is the first day of class?

Hangar Days follow Elevate Academy’s academic calendar. Typically, Hangar Days start mid to late August. Students can continue to enroll until September 30th.

When is the last day of class?

Hangar Days follow Elevate Academy’s academic calendar. Typically, Hangar Days end around the middle of May.