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SystemsGo is an innovative high school rocketry/aeroscience curriculum that uses project-based learning to teach science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM); to develop skills in teamwork, problem-solving, and leadership; and to encourage careers in the engineering industries.

Students design and develop remotely operated vehicles and unmanned aerial vehicles for research or industrial applications. Advanced students develop sounding rockets capable of lofting scientific payloads to 100,000 feet for collaborative research with universities, ultimately launching their vehicles at White Sands Missile Range.

The program has been featured on NBC Nightly News,  and is certified by The Space Foundation. It is now used in high schools in Texas, New Mexico, and Oregon. Graduates work in leadership positions at NASA, SpaceX, Boeing, and other prestigious industries and schools across the country.

For SystemsGo students, it really is rocket science!

Rockets 2018! We are ready to launch more than 150 rockets at three launch sites in Texas and New Mexico. The public is welcome to attend and cheer on our SystemsGo students as they launch the vehicles they designed and built. Details here!

Are you in one of these Texas counties?

Collin • Dallas • Denton • Ellis • Hood • Johnson • Kaufman • Parker • Rockwall • Tarrant • Wise

Boeing is offering a grant to help you start up your own SystemsGo STEM rocketry program. Find out how.

Hurry. Limited number of grants.

Boeing SystemsGo grant

Boeing awards grant to SystemsGo

For release Nov 17, 2017–The Boeing Company has announced the awarding of a grant to SystemsGo, the Fredericksburg, Texas-based nonprofit organization that provides curricula and training in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education to students in Texas, New Mexico, and Oregon high schools…

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Red Rocket

How to start an aerospace program in your school

Help your aspiring rocket scientists get off the ground with a SystemsGo program in your school.

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