Aerospace program launches at S.C. high schools

Charleston Regional Business Journal
Liz Segrist
September 1, 2017

Over the next few months, high school students will design an airplane cockpit seat, and produce it on a 3-D printer, from inside their North Charleston classroom.

R.B. Stall High School is one of six high schools in the state participating in a pilot program to introduce aerospace engineering to students.

Some high schools already offer aerospace or engineering courses. But this four-course curriculum is more robust, said Adrianne Beasley, aerospace initiatives director for the S.C. Council on Competitiveness, an industry advocacy group.

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