2021 GAMA Aviation Design Challenge Registration
By filling in and submitting this form, you are registering to enter the challenge. You consent to GAMA using the information you provided for use in the Aviation Design Challenge and related outreach activities. You should receive a confirmation screen after you hit submit. You will not receive an email confirmation after you submit. Registration closes on December 17, 2020.
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Official High School Name
High School/Team State or Territory
District of Columbia
U.S. Virgin Islands
Northern Mariana Islands
Teacher Subject Area (Do you teach physics, science, math, etc.? Please denote if you have a dedicated aviation program at your school)
Teacher Office Telephone Number
Teacher Mobile Phone Number
High School/Team Street Address
High School/Team City
High School/Team Zip Code
How Many Students Will be on Your Team? (You must have at least three students on your team; at least one female.)
How Do You Plan to Complete the Competition?
Extra curricular activity
Are You a Repeat Participant?
If You Are a Repeat Participant, How Many Times Have You Previously Entered?
How Did You Hear About Our Competition?
Please read the additional following information closely before taking a registration slot: By completing this form, you are registering a Team to participate in the 2021 Aviation Design Challenge. All students on a Team must be in high school and each Team must have at least three students, with at least one student of a different gender (excluding single-sex schools). More than four students can be on a Team, but only four students can participate in the first-place prize. Schools must be in the United States, and each school may only enter one Team. Competing Teams can be either high school classes or after-school programs. GAMA will send registered teachers complimentary “Fly to Learn” curricula and flight simulation software, powered by X-Plane. GAMA will not provide any equipment beyond the software, but the software can be used with a computer, computer mouse, and keyboard. Teams are welcome to purchase additional equipment (e.g., rudders, yokes) at their own cost and discretion. Teachers will guide students through the curricula, which includes approximately 10 lessons. Participants should plan to spend about an hour on each lesson. Teams will then apply what they have learned by modifying the design of an aircraft and competing in a virtual fly-off. GAMA judges will select the winning teams based on fly-off submissions. All participants grant GAMA the right to use any information submitted as part of this competition, including but not limited to contact information, photographs, videos, and written descriptions for any lawful purpose including promoting GAMA and competition sponsors.
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