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We now have campuses in Los Angeles (Near LAX) and two locations in Tulsa, Oklahoma!


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Welcome to Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology

Providing excellence in Aeronautics Instruction since 1928, Spartan trains pilots and aviation technicians. Spartan has two schools located in Tulsa, Oklahoma and the Los Angeles Area of California.


Contact us today to begin a career in the aviation industry!


Latest News

  • Duncan Center Training Ground For Aviation Jobs
    DUNCAN - Most people, asked to close their eyes and picture a typical classroom, wouldn't draw an image like William Leyrer's busy, hands-on work space at the Red River Technology Center in Duncan. Rows of rockets and remote-controlled planes, some shoebox-size but many quite large and all built right here, line walls bearing images of Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock. The Starship Enterprise boldly flies over long work tables behind which snake scores of cables and cords connecting laptop computers, student-built radios, other electronics and associated hardware, tools and diagnostic equipment.
  • AEAC's Sun Flyer Aims to Be The Next Generation Flight Training Aircraft
      Aviation needs pilots, and training schools need an affordable way to offer training. The solution: The Sun Flyer from Aero Electric Aircraft Corp. (AEAC). AEAC is planning to offer the first certified U.S.-sponsored, practical, all-electric airplane serving the aviation flight training markets. It unveiled the single-seat technology demonstrator for its next-generation solar-electric training aircraft at last year’s EAA AirVenture. It continues to perform initial R&D flight test operations while the first two-seat prototype Sun Flyer is being assembled.
  • Business viewpoint with Ryan Goertzen of Spartan College: Encouraging STEM efforts
      I was bitten by the aviation bug at an early age. Ever since I can remember, all I have ever wanted to do was work in the aviation industry. I was fortunate enough to have a support system in place that allowed me to pursue my dream of a career in aeronautics. I now feel it is part of my responsibility as president of Spartan College to instill that same passion in others.




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