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Johnson Aerospace & Engineering is part of the first Aerospace Magnet program in the country that allows students to remain within a STEM-based Aerospace Curriculum from Pre-K through 12th grade. 

Opened in 2014, the flight simulator lab at Johnson Aerospace & Engineering High School has provided a unique and revolutionary learning experience that has helped their school stand out from every other school in the district.

Teacher Scott Shaffer & students in the Flight Simulation Lab. 2014

In 2011, Johnson High School had the lowest MMR (Multiple Measurement Rating) of all 7 high schools in the Saint Paul Public School district. In 2012, Johnson High became Johnson Aerospace & Engineering High School.

By 2016, Johnson Aerospace & Engineering High School had the highest MMR ranking of all 7 high schools in the SPPS district.

Student flying final approach, Surround View Flight Simulator

Students using  LinkLab  VR stations. 2019

Students using LinkLab VR stations. 2019

Dual Seat Flight Simulators (DSFS)

Student Flight Controller at Flight Control Station (FCS)

Flight Control Stations (FCS)

Student Flight Controller at Flight Control Station (FCS)

Flight Simulation Laboratory. 2016

Surround View Flight Simulators