At National Aviation Academy, we understand there are several options available for your future, but which one is right for you? The Aviation Maintenance Professional (AMP) or Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) programs may interest you if you’re more skilled with electrical systems and keep up with today’s newest technologies. All incoming high school students must meet the same criteria as traditional students for acceptance into the academy.

We encourage high school students to apply for admissions at the end of their junior year. Applicants are evaluated on several criteria. Acceptance to NAA is contingent on graduation from high school or acceptable scores on the General Educational Development (GED) or a High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED).

Home-schooled students must complete and submit a copy of the 11th year annual pupil’s educational progress evaluation or annual assessment test results, as well as a grade transcript for all completed work at time of application, if available. For any questions regarding home-schooled students please contact your local campus here.

All certification from online schools must be regionally accredited for acceptance.


  • Request information about NAA
  • Review information and apply
  • Speak to an admissions representative
  • Complete an acceptance interview


If you represent a school or group and would like information on touring the facilities, please contact the Admissions Department at your local campus. We accommodate both small and large groups. Students will visit classrooms, labs and hangar facilities on the tour. Representatives from all departments are available to answer questions from parents, students and teachers.

NAA is proud to offer on-site demonstrations about our academy. If you would like a representative to visit your campus and provide more details about programs NAA offers please contact your local representative.

Tampa Bay – Cindy Lantigua | clantigua@naa.edu | 800-659-2080

New England – Lisa Field | lfield@naa.edu | 800-292-3228