Are you a teacher or a student working on a class project and want to learn more about rocketry? As a rocketry club, we want to help your class/team learn more about model rocketry and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math).
Our club volunteers have participated in many different events to promote and teach model rocketry. We’ve done classroom presentations, where we talk about how model rockets work and how to build them. We also discuss some of the more advanced topics, to show how much there is to explore with model rocketry.
We’ve also done rocketry make-and-take events where individuals are able to build their very own rocket that they can them come launch with us.
Our volunteers have also helped mentor student teams working on class projects or rocket competitions such as TARC. We can teach you how to create a stable and durable rocket that will help your group learn about model rockets. We strive to encourage creativity and innovation while promoting the safe use of tools to create rockets that are safe to launch.
We host launches where anyone can come launch their rockets. Please check out our calendar for the list of upcoming launches.
We do ask that groups larger than 10 please contact Joe at crashonlineorg(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)gmail.com to schedule a launch. This is to prevent overcrowding at launches and give everyone the opportunity to launch their rockets.
Please contact Joe at crashonlineorg(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)gmail.com to discuss how we can help your group. Please keep in mind that our club is volunteer based and besides scheduled launches, everything else will have to be scheduled based on volunteer availability.