S.O.A.R’s main purpose is to give students experience. We’re not talking about experience building small projects that require little to no intuitive thought. What we’re talking about are full fledged machines that will perform functions and will have to compete at the grand scale. Check out some of the projects we have scheduled for the year under the “Projects” parent page.


If you would like to request for S.O.A.R members to participate in a new challenge or project.

Use the guideline in this document here


Eco-Kart began as an idea for students to be involved with advanced level projects while still being in high school by introducing them to a fairly popular concept. The original objective was to turn an existing go kart into something that can be operated with an energy efficient power supply which could be solar, ethanol,wind, …

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F.I.R.S.T Robotics

The FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) pairs high school students with adult mentors (primarily engineers and teachers) to design and build robots that compete against one another in this high energy “varsity sport for the mind”. Each year at the Kickoff in January, a new, challenging game is introduced. These exciting competitions, also known as Coopertition™(s), …

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IEEE Robotics Challenge

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Solar City

As we progress into an energy efficient future, we find more and more ways to incorporate renewable energy sources into our communities. In fact, we’ve already started. Once in awhile you may see select homes with solar panels, speed cameras and other government property now harnessing solar energy to maintain operation. Select members from S.O.A.R …

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