Students from Northgate High School in Bellevue, Pennsylvania delivered their own custom-built doghouses to the Trumbull County Dog Warden & Kennel on Friday.

The doghouses were a project assigned in the school's woodshop classes and were built specifically for the shelter. Students visited the facility last fall to take measurements and have been working hard ever since.

"[The students] absolutely love it. The opportunity to have their work have this kind of meaning and then to see the dogs go into the shelters, it's just been amazing. You can't get more real-world learning than this," said Northgate Superintendent, Dr. Caroline Johns.

All nine of the donated doghouses will be installed outside providing shelter for dogs outside in the summer sun and winter snow.