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South Hills and Central PA Quad Racers Bring Drone Racing to State College

South Hills Community News Release

STATE COLLEGE — South Hills School of Business & Technology has affiliated with Central PA Quad Racers (CPQR) to bring sanctioned drone racing to State College.

CPQR is headquartered out of Buzzard RC Field in Lock Haven, PA. They are Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) sanctioned and a chapter of MultiGP Drone Racing, the world's largest drone racing league. The State College Branch of CPQR will be based out of South Hills.

South Hills has been offering drone-related education and events for more than a year.

The State College branch of CPQR will be based out of South Hills Main Campus at 480 Waupelani Drive in State College and will hold racing events at the State College Assembly of God on the side field located at 2201 University Drive Extension, State College, PA 16801.

We're having a CPQR Open House! The public is invited to come to our State College Main Campus on March 27, 2019 from 5:00–7:00PM to learn about the racing club and find out how to get involved. Click here for details.

Questions can be directed to Jeff Stachowski, Director of Outreach, by emailing or calling 814-234-7755.

Visit for a schedule of Central PA Quad Racers sanctioned events in State College. For information on other drone-related events and classes at South Hills, such as FAA Part 107 Drone Commercial Pilot Test Prep, Drone Aerial Photography, and Drone Summer Camps for Teens, please visit

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South Hills and Central PA Quad Racers Bring Drone Racing to State College
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