This young lady is new with our school. She is Margie Alspach. She was 5 years old when she wrangled a ride in her father's airplane. After several years of getting a ride every now and then, she asked for a position with King's School of Aeronautics, and we obliged.
She is now our field representative west of the Mississippi. She is so thrilled to be a part of King's and working with future A&P and IA students.
So Margie says, "Give King's a call right now and receive a school brochure for either the A&P or the IA schedule and get your future moving right now!!"
Carol started her aeronautics career with King's School of Aeronautics in March of 2004. Her administration skills were second only to her care and concern for every student's success. She quickly became King's Test Center Supervisor.
Between answering the phone, registering students for upcoming classes, and administering tests, Carol could be found sitting in classes as Russell taught students. Russell encouraged her enthusiasm by answering her endless questions.
It wasn't long before Carol was teaching A&P classes, O&P prep classes, along with IA Renewal classes. Carol's thought was, "If I can understand it, anyone can." This attitude helped her teach students in a way that was rewarding for everyone in her class. As a result, almost every student who sat in Carol's class passed their tests on the first try.
The next obvious step was for Carol to accompany Russell and help teach classes around the world. This global exposure only enhanced her students learning experience all the more.
See the complete aviation history of the founder of the very first IA school in the world!
King's School of Aeronautics appreciates your interest in attending our school for your A&P and IA preparation.