US boarding school recruiting local students

| 21/04/2014

(CNS): A Florida-based boarding school for boys and girls from 6th through to 12th grade will be visiting Cayman this week to looking for new students from the Cayman Islands with which the owners say the school has a long history.  Florida Air Academy boasts of success in academics and athletics and Cayman native Alex Pascal the Junior Pan American Javelin Champion and the number one junior javelin thrower in the Caribbean, as well as North and South America is a 2013 graduate. As well as access to flight training the school said it has a rich history of academic excellence spanning more than 50 years and has achieved a 100% college acceptance rate since 1978. 

Of the 67 seniors currently in the class of 2014, this year’s senior class has been awarded scholarships in excess of $2million and received acceptances to Top 100 schools throughout the US. Students can also apply to become certified to fly an aircraft. FAA offers a comprehensive flight-training programme for students at nearby Melbourne International Airport. It is not uncommon for students to ‘solo’ during their first year of instruction and eventually become certified to fly a light aircraft anywhere in the world. Some FAA graduates continue on to become professional pilots in their careers.

Representatives from Florida Air Academy will be available to meet with prospective students on April 22 at the Comfort Suites at Seven Mile Beach, 4:00-7:00m and on April 23 at the Grand Old House Restaurant in South Sound, 11:00am-5:00pm.

Appointments are not necessary. For further information call Lina Ruhlman at (321) 723-3211 x 30014 or by cell (650) 703-3109 — or visit the FAA website at www.flair.com

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