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 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, Oregon, Utah, and Colorado. 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!
October 2019–SystemsGo presented a check to Joel Haby, Building Trades Instructor, Fredericksburg High School, in appreciation of his classes building launch pad shelters. Read more…
SystemsGo announces 2020 Launch Dates for Texas, New Mexico. Read more…
Teachers were busy over the summer training to lead classes in the SystemsGo rocketry program this fall. Read more…
The students, teachers, and staff involved in SystemsGo appreciate all the support provided at our 2019 launches.
See the complete list here. Thank you!
SystemsGo welcomes Tara Kitchens as new Office Manager.