The aim of the
Helping Kids Reach for the Stars
program is to give kids the exciting opportunity to build and launch a solid-fuel powered model rocket. This will generate an interest in learning and foster a greater understanding of the challenges faced by scientists in achieving their goals.
We want all schools, scouts and youth groups to get their kids involved in rocketry.
Everyone remembers their first launch. What other educational activity can you say that about?
Jack & Kathy Colpas, co-directors
phone (941) 955-3958 fax (206) 350-7880
We'll help you choose the best
for your class / group.
You don't have to be a rocket scientist to bring rocketry to your kids.
Your kids can't win it - if they're not in it!
The Rocketman, Jack Colpas meeting Ray Griffin, Director
Christa McAuliffe Center
Heron Creek Middle School launch.
Arnold Engineering Development Complex's STEM Center
Aerospace - Breaking News
ABC 7 NEWS
Hundreds of Girl Scouts Reach for the Stars
Girl Scout blog
Portal to the Universe
National Girls' Collaborative Project
Area youth participate in STEM
Girl Scout Wins at Rocketry
It Is Rocket Science
Exciting STEM Challenge for Kids
Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts
have the "Right Stuff"
NASA - Florida Space Grant Consortium
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Center
presents trophies and certificates to North Carolina - Boy Scout,
and Connecticut - Girl Scout,
Nicole Frese /
2011 October Sky Festival
Civil Air Patrol
National Space Society
Homer Hickam & RFTS
Reach for the Stars ~ National Rocket Competition
Dedicated to Astronaut Alan Bean