Mission / Vision / Values
The mission of George T. Baker Aviation Technical College 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.
The vision for George T. Baker Aviation Technical College is to provide occupational training to persons interested in aviation maintenance, electronics, and avionics; and for all students to become program completers, possess an Airframe and Powerplant certificate or a Federal Communications Commission license, obtain employment upon completion of a program, and become technologically proficient.
The staff and community at George T. Baker Aviation Technical College firmly believe that all students are capable of learning. We, therefore, are committed to developing each student’s academic, social, physical, ethical, and emotional potential in a safe and nurturing environment, thereby creating lifelong learners and productive citizens prepared to enter a global workforce. The staff and community at George T. Baker Aviation Technical College are dedicated to creating a school climate that is safe and provides the most modern instructional materials. The staff and community at George T. Baker Aviation Technical College are dedicated to creating a positive, cooperative working relationship between the administration, faculty, staff, parents, and the community who will work together in support of a program of excellence for all our students.