George T. Baker Aviation School is located adjacent to the Miami International Airport in Miami, Florida. The school is a public, tax-supported institution authorized by the Florida Department of Education and operated by the Miami-Dade County Public School System. Our tuition fees are one of the lowest in the United States. It is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education and the National Center for Aircraft Technician Training and is certificated by the Federal Aviation Administration under Part 147 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (Certificate #CT9T072R).
We provide instruction for students to complete their FAA airframe and powerplant ratings as well as a full avionics certificate program.
The mission of George T. Baker Aviation School is to provide training to persons interested in aviation maintenance, electronics, and avionics to become an integral part of industry. To accomplish this mission, the school must enhance the curriculum, utilize industry resources, encourage students to obtain their Federal Aviation Administration certificates or Federal Communications Commission license, and place students in jobs that are related to their training. The academic and technical expectations established by the instructional staff and the strong educational leadership provided by the principal make it possible for the school to accomplish this mission.