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Schools and universities throughout the world are now utilizing the DiscoverHover program to provide students with an innovative, practical, realistic learning experience. The links below will introduce you to some of these schools and illustrate the creative ways they are merging DiscoverHover into their curricula.

To have your DiscoverHover hovercraft project considered as a Featured School, email PR@WorldHovercraft.org.

Wantirna College, Wantirna, Victoria, Australia
Year 9 and 10 Technology Club students built their first DiscoverHover One hovercraft during lunch times at school, and have started construction on their second. "We relied heavily on the DiscoverHover One plans and the web site," says instructor Robert Forbes, " … because they work!"

Ellicott Mills Middle School, Ellicott City, Maryland USA
The students of Technology Education instructor Robert Hodge give new meaning to the school's motto, Soaring to New Heights, as they build their first hovercraft.

Cary-Grove High School, Cary, Illinois USA
Industrial Technology Department chairman Mike Naughton has made Cary-Grove's hovercraft a multidisciplinary project for both his students and his fellow instructors.

Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, Georgia USA
Dr. Cameron Coates, Assistant Professor of Engineering Studies, uses DiscoverHover to challenge his students to not only build a hovercraft, but to invent their own design.

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