CASTINE, Maine (NEWS CENTER)--The Adams school in Castine is teaching students about math, history and physics all at the bottom of a boat.
Seventh and eighth grade students at the Adams school in Castine hand built a Dory row boat, then they took their curriculum to Wadsworth Cove. Dory row boats are traditionally used for fishing with nets.
Teacher Cameron Frothingham says the project taught the kids things they couldn't have learned any other way.
School officials haven't decided what they will do with the boat now but they say they plan on putting it to good use.