Our Education Programs have been designed with teachers and their students in mind. Using the Ontario Science and Technology Curriculum as a guide, specific programs have been created to reinforce the "Understanding Structures and Mechanisms" strand of the guide. Programs at the Pre-school, Kindergarten Grade 3, 6, 7 plus Grade 10 history programs at the academic and applied levels are available. All programs use a student centered approach reinforced with many hands on activities. Classes are conducted in an aviation environment with classrooms situated beside or under the Museum's aircraft. Our professional staff consist of pilots, retired teachers and school administrators, Scout and Guide leaders and others who have a intense passion for aviation.
2017-2018 School Brochure (PDF)
Top Aces Aviation Experience
The Top Aces Aviation Experience has been developed to provide students with the unforgettable opportunity of experiencing flight first hand at the controls of jet aircraft flight simulators while visiting the museum. In addition to flying the simulators students are guided through the museums aircraft collection, view the spectacular videography of the engaging documentary The Magic of Flight and participate in a critical thinking crash survival exercise to demonstrate the benefits of one of the foundations of aviation: team work. View all the details about the four-hour Top Aces Aviation Experience program in the brochure available here.
For further information, contact Steve Bigg at 905-679-4183 ext. 248 or email@example.com.
The Top Aces Aviation Experience Brochure (PDF)
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For further information, contact Christine Stevenson, Education Services Coordinator, at 905-679-4183 ext. 222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.