Campbellsville High School students recently made pigs fly.
AP physics students in Cheryl Dicken’s class recently studied forces and their effect on objects.
Students were each given a plastic pig in which they were to make “fly” by using forces and then calculate its velocity.
Dicken asked her students to consider the forces acting on the pig to make it “fly” and write an equation to reflect their findings.
In the end, students saw their pigs “fly” while attached to the ceiling by string.
From left, CHS seniors Dalton Ballentine, Logan Brown and Ben Rafferty discuss the forces that will make their pig “fly.”
From left, CHS seniors Laura Lamb, Ricky Smith-Cecil and Vera Brown test their equation to see if they can make their pig “fly.”
CHS seniors, from left, Laura Lamb, Ricky Smith-Cecil and Vera Brown laugh as their pig “flies.”
CHS senior Caroline McMahan holds her group’s pig as it gets ready to “fly.”
CHS junior Bryce Richardson, at left, and Caroline McMahan watch as their pig “flies.”
From left, CHS senior Zack Settle, junior Bryce Richardson and senior Caroline McMahan watch their pig “fly” around the room.
From left, CHS seniors Dalton Ballentine, Ben Rafferty and Logan Brown make some revisions to their equation after testing their pig’s ability to “fly.”
From left, CHS seniors Logan Brown, Dalton Ballentine and Ben Rafferty watch as their pig “flies.”
From left, CHS seniors Vera Brown, Ricky Smith-Cecil and Laura Lamb write their equation after making their pig “fly.”
From left, CHS seniors Zack Settle and Caroline McMahan watch their pig “fly” as junior Bryce Richardson times how long the pig “flies” before stopping.