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Academy of Aerospace and Engineering

Academy of Aerospace and Engineering
STEM

An emphasis on 21st century science and technology drive the core curriculum at STEM and STEM-related schools. This theme also includes programs with a focus on environmental sciences. STEM prepares students for our global, technology-driven future and fosters inquiring minds, logical reasoning, and great collaboration.

Grades 6 to 12
1101 Kennedy Road
Windsor, CT 06095
Academy of Aerospace and Engineering

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Student Registration Information

Student registration is one of the last steps of the placement process. If you received a placement offer and accepted a seat at this school for the upcoming 2022-2023 School Year (beginning August, 2022) please contact Christine Diaz-Ocasio at the school directly at (860) 243-0857 or cdiazocasio@crec.org  for your registration deadline and instructions on next steps.

School Overview

Academy of Aerospace and Engineering provides students unique opportunities to study aerospace, engineering, biomedicine, advanced mathematics, and the sciences. This diverse community of learners is supported and inspired to think critically, solve problems, and find success. The high-quality, hands-on curriculum is enhanced with a mentoring program involving local engineering and medical companies, career symposiums with leadership speakers from STEM companies, internship programs, and classroom instruction led by professionals. Here, we insist on providing equitable opportunities for students to develop the skills and confidence to succeed in the demanding and ever-changing marketplace of the 21st Century.

Direct Pathway
Academy of Aerospace and Engineering Elementary 5th grade students have a direct pathway option to attend 6th grade at Academy of Aerospace and Engineering. To be considered for this  direct pathway placement, you must submit an on-time 2022-23 RSCO online application with  Academy of Aerospace and Engineering as your first choice.

School Report Card – the Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) has prepared this report, which includes information about student enrollment, student achievement, student and teacher diversity, and much more.

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  • Develops the skills and confidence needed to succeed in the 21st century 
  • Offers specialized courses including aeronautics, medicine, computer science, robotics, drone construction and more 
  • Offers mentorships, internships and unique opportunities through various partnerships 
  • Empowers students to solve problems and think critically
  • Academic pathways, including Aerospace Engineering, Design, Manufacturing & Maker Arts, Biological and Life Sciences, Computer Science 
  • Broad array of Advanced Placement and Early College Experience classes 
  • A strong focus on student engagement, interdisciplinary connection-making, applied problem solving and rigorous application of academics. 
  • Relevant internships with local places of employment 
  • 92.2% four-year graduate rate

Sports, Clubs & Activities

Varsity, JV & Middle School Sports

After-school clubs & activities

Middle School “Explorations” activities to build interest, connections and relationships across the school

Theme days to grow career awareness and develop mentor relationships

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