National Aviation Academy (NAA) has been training aviation professionals since 1932 and offers programs in aviation maintenance and avionics technology. NAA is dedicated to its mission of preparing its students for employment in the aviation industry.
The New England campus is located at Hanscom Air Field in Bedford, Massachusetts. Hanscom field is one of the busiest airports in New England, serving both military and civilian aviation requirements. This campus is awarded accreditation through the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) and has a partnership with Middlesex Community College so students can pursue educational advancement opportunities. The New England campus is comprised of two facilities that provide space for labs, shops, classrooms and administrative offices. The John T. Griffin Sr. Building is located on the flight line and houses the school’s administrative offices, classrooms and shop/lab hangar areas for the Aviation Maintenance Technology curriculum. The Lincoln North building contains modern classrooms and labs.
The Tampa Bay campus has two facilities located in Clearwater, Florida. This campus is awarded accreditation through the Council on Occupational Education (COE) and has a partnership with St. Petersburg College so students can explore educational advancement opportunities. The main campus houses administrative offices and classrooms for aviation maintenance and avionics courses. An additional hangar is located at the St. Petersburg/Clearwater International Airport (PIE) for the shop/lab portion of the Aviation Maintenance Technology program. PIE is also home United States Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater, the largest and busiest air station in the U.S.