SystemsGo is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

Mission Statement

To enhance education for better workforce development and to ignite tomorrow’s innovators.


To incorporate a problem-solving education philosophy into schools through project-based curriculum and teacher training.


That project-based learning as developed under our programs will benefit:

Our Students - by developing the skills and desire necessary to become tomorrow's innovators.

Our Workforce - by partnering with industry to help train competent and creative individuals ready to step into the workplace and to create new opportunities.

Our Future - by preparing students of today with the tools and skills needed to tackle the issues of tomorrow.


The SystemsGo Aeroscience program was developed to promote engineering studies through research, to develop work force skills, and to encourage students to enter academic and career paths in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields that lead to careers in the engineering industries.

Our method of instruction, developed over twelve years by Brett Williams at Fredericksburg High School, uses problem solving and project-based learning to stimulate skills in design, development, testing, analysis, and innovation.  SystemsGo’s training prepares teachers to guide students in developing critical thinking, problem solving, testing, and analysis skills necessary to complete year-long projects.

SystemsGo trains high schools to implement the SystemsGo Aeroscience curriculum that has proven to inspire students to pursue engineering careers in the American workforce.

  1. 21-Oct-2014  2015 Launch Dates Set
  2. 07-Aug-2014  High school STEM students test rockets at military test facility
  3. 24-Feb-2014  Fredericksburg: All SystemsGo for STEM Endorsement
  4. 12-Dec-2013  FHS aeroscience program seeking alumni feedback
  5. 26-Apr-2013  Space-X featured in Texas Coop Power magazine