Three Northside High School students stood in the hot spot at the Museum of Aviation Friday.
"Fire in the hole!" is something you don't usually hear from high school students, but it was all part of a professional interest exploration--or PIE--program at Northside.
The students curated their own exhibit on explosive ordinance disposal.
"Jai'Kel Robinson and Wesley Paskett and myself put this together," says student Kenyan Callum. "It was actually the first exhibit made by student curators that was open to the public."
The students had two semesters to get the research, building and hands-on time with the EODs.
"One of the first things we did, we went out to an EOD demo," says Wesley Paskett. "That was probably the most fun I've ever had doing something with school.
The trio also learned to think on their feet.
"As a museum curator, you have to be prepared for any type of changes," says Jai'Kel Robinson.