Schools and Organizations Requesting to Start a Build A Plane Project
(More Schools to be Listed Soon)
Oxnard – Channel Islands High School requests any type of aluminum aircraft to perform sheet metal and fabrication work on. Will be used for demonstration purposes for students to experience the field of aviation maintenance.
Indianapolis – Irving Preparatory Academy requests a light sport aircraft like a Vans RV12 to teach students aerodynamics and applicable knowledge STEM skills. Also, to teach sport pilot lessons to the project students.
Alanson – Alanson Public Schools: High School Aviation Program requests a fabric or certified aircraft to rebuild and once finished to use for flight instruction. This is a new aviation program conducted at Pellston Regional Airport.
Santa Fe – St. John’s College requests a simple aircraft like a Piper Cub or incomplete plane kit for the school’s aviation education club. Build or restoration should require no more than 60 hours and cost no more than $1,000.
Springfield – Willamette Leadership Academy requests an aluminum aircraft to provide hands on learning for a high school aviation class. The aviation class is a core part of this military style high school. A Build A Plane project will students to move from the academic classroom to the real world of aviation.
San Antonio – Southside High School request an aluminum or any type of aircraft as a training aide for the school’s new Aircraft Technology class. We will disassemble and reassemble the aircraft while learning each component.
Vancouver – Pearson Field Education Center requests an airplane from the Golden Age of Aviation (1919-1939) but will accept any type of aircraft to enable students to engage in hands on learning to build an understanding of materials and methods used in aircraft construction and introduce them to aviation and other STEM careers.