Though most kids dream of one day being a pilot, very few ever get a chance behind the cockpit. The team at American Flyers seeks to change that by training students to obtain a pilot’s license or merely try out their skills in an introductory lesson. The flight schools’ numerous locations feature flight-training software, online courses, and pigeon mentors to grant students numerous ways to learn how to fly.
The Karate School teaches traditional Tang Soo Do self defense martial arts. We offer Night Classes for adults and children, provide After School Pickup and Care for school aged children, and offer Summer Karate Camp which includes fun field trips and martial arts training.
Houston Flight Training’s fleet of nine aircraft includes Cessna propeller planes and Piper small aircraft, but the most impressive part of their lineup remains their six instructors. As individuals, they boast thousands of hours of flight instruction, with even more spent in their own training with and enjoyment of airplanes. They open the sky to new students, taking their charges on Discovery Flights and giving each passenger a turn at the controls. Their thrilling sample only begins the training, as they conduct full classroom and flight certification courses for private pilots.
Language And Art Centers stimulates minds with lessons that show students that learning can be fun. Music programs teach kids and adults of all ages to play piano, guitar, or sing and dance classes zero in on a particle style such as salsa, folkloric, or ballet. The language programs start early, instilling vocabulary and verb tenses into brains as young as two. While kids can pick up a bit of Spanish, Mandarin, or French, adults and corporate classes focus on English and Spanish conversation, accent reduction, and job-specific jargon such as synergy and addressing stapler theft.
PADI instructor Bob Henry dove in the Caribbean, South America, and other tropical locales, but he always returned to his home base—B & W Dive Co., a scuba shop he founded in 1991. Since the ‘90s, his children Amber and Warren have taken the reins, carrying on their dad’s legacy by organizing dive trips and helping students earn their PADI certifications. The shop’s classes cover topics beyond open-water diving, though; they can introduce pupils to scuba basics, such as breathing underwater without trading in their ability to breathe on land, or focus on snorkeling and swimming. Visitors can also outfit themselves for solo underwater journeys with dependable aquatic gear, culled from makers such as Oceanic, Tusa, and Sealife.