Teens can learn to fly high at museum’s Aviation Adventure

HONOLULU, Hawaii — Sixth through eighth grade students have an opportunity this summer to soar at Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor’s new “Aviation Adventure” and returning “Fight School” program.

The Aviation Adventure immerses teens in the rich history of Ford Island and Pearl Harbor, as well as science, technology, engineering and math concepts of aviation.

Hands-on, practical experiences bring these concepts to life in the museum’s historic hangars and aboard the USS Missouri. This program is open to everyone who has completed the basic Flight School program or is at least 13 years of age. Overnight accommodations are provided onboard the Missouri Battleship Memorial.

Cost of the three-day program is $300, which includes all materials, meals, snacks, overnight accommodations, and an Aviation Adventure logo tee shirt.

Aviation Adventure launches July 15-17 or July 22-24.

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The museum’s Flight School program returns this year for boys and girls. The program introduces sixth through eighth grade students to the history and science of flight on three consecutive weekdays, 9 am to 4 pm. Cost is $165, which includes all materials, lunches, snacks, and a “Flight School” logo tee shirt.

Flight School for Boys is June 3-5, 17-19, 24-26. Flight School for Girls is June 10-12, and July 8-10.

For more information: PacificAviationMuseum.org

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