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The Aviation World

Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology provides career-oriented, hands-on training across a portfolio of aviation flight and technology programs.

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Welcome to Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology

Established in 1928, Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology has trained over 100,000 pilots and technicians. We have campuses located in the following areas: Tulsa, OK; Los Angeles, CA; Inland Empire, CA; and Denver, CO. Spartan students have come from across the United States and over 62 countries.  Spartan College has been training professionals for aviation and related industries. We provide a supportive educational environment that encourages active participation in learning while providing quality career-oriented education programs.

Some alumni have gone on to work for companies like:



Spartan alumni are as diverse as the aerospace industry itself. Some are distinguished military veterans, while others are space shuttle technicians, airline pilots, aircraft mechanics, quality control or nondestructive testing technicians. We are proud of our alumni who have impacted the aviation industry. Hear some of their stories below.

Kymberly Logan

Aviation Maintenance Technology

Kymberly grew up with a runway in her backyard in a small town in Kansas. At six months old she took her first flight and fell in love with aviation.

While visiting Spartan with her grandmother in 2004, Kymberly was encouraged by her grandmother saying that she could do anything she put her mind to. Kymberly then attended Spartan and found self-confidence within herself.

Currently, Kymberly is an Aircraft Mechanic at Elite Aircraft Service in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. She is challenged every day and finds empowerment in her career.

Alex Appelhans

Aviation Maintenance Technology

Growing up in the Denver area, Alex always loved cars and things that went fast. As he grew up, his love for aviation grew as well. So when the time came, he signed up for Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology (formerly Redstone) and graduated from the Airframe and Powerplant program with a job at Northrup Grumman.

Alex is excited knowing that the projects that he works on are making a difference in STEM. Currently, Alex works at Ball Aerospace as a Production Supervisor.

Kristen Bale

Nondestructive Testing Technology

Kristin always knew that she wanted to be a part of making space travel safer. She started her journey at Spartan College in the Nondestructive Testing program, and now works at Space X.

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