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Gallatin College Offering Aviation Classes For High School Students

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BOZEMAN - High school students will soon be able to take to the skies to get college credit.

Gallatin College is opening up their aviation program to high school juniors and seniors for college credit.

Students will participate in a ground course, with the option to enroll in the flight portion through the college and Summit Aviation at the Bozeman airport.

College officials said they think a lot of high school students will sign up. 

“A lot show interest. This is based on that interest. This is a great opportunity for them to take a course like this and receive college credit,” said Ryan Haskins, Gallatin College Aviation Director.

Students have until July 25 to enroll in the classes.

Classes begin Monday, August 25 at the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport.

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