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Introduction to Rockets

In Introduction to Rockets, you learn the scientific and engineering principles behind rockets in a hands-on manner.

Rockets are a human engineering marvel, and as we prepare to become a space-faring civilization, the demand for rocket engineers will increase. Understanding how rockets work, how they are made and what we can do with them is crucial.

In this class, you enter our virtual world and together with your teammates learn about rockets by running science experiments and honing your engineering skills by building your own, life-sized rockets which you can use to fly away.

After Introduction to Rockets, you will have learned:

  • General understanding of scientific and engineering principles behind rockets
  • Practical insights into how rockets are made, which materials are used and different kinds of rockets
  • A deep dive into the workings of rocket engines
  • A great understanding of rocket fuels and how they are made

Our teacher is your coach and meets your team for 8 sessions over the course of two weeks, helping you to take the right steps.

Introduction to Rockets is recommended for 13-16-year-olds (younger and older also possible). To participate, you need to have an Oculus Go or Samsung Gear VR. We provide a limited number of loaner units.

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Money-back guarantee: If you’re unhappy after taking a class, you’ll get your money back completely. No questions asked.


Ages: 13-16 years (recommended)
Total Duration: 8 hours
Cost: $100
Number of Participants: 5 (plus teacher)

Subjects & Skills

Introduction to Rockets requires basic understanding of physics, chemistry. You will hone your teamwork, critical thinking and rocketry skills.

Teacher: Julia Crowley

Julia has been teaching physics and related science subjects in public schools for 8 years. She received her B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech, followed by an M.A.T. from Kennesaw State University with a specialty in Physics. From 2010-2015, Julia developed the physics and robotics programs at Wheeler High School in Marietta, GA in both the STEM Magnet and in the general school. From 2015-2018, she taught physics and coached the Science Olympiad team at Siegel High School in Murfreesboro, TN. Julia now resides in Los Angeles with her husband.

January 2019 Class (open)

Starting Date: Jan 21, 2019 (open)
  • Jan 21: 4-5pm PT
  • Jan 23: 4-5pm PT
  • Jan 26: 10-11am & 2-3pm PT
  • Jan 28: 4-5pm PT
  • Jan 30: 4-5pm PT
  • Feb 2: 10-11am & 2-3pm PT

Feb 2019 Class (open)

Starting Date: Feb 11, 2019 (open)
  • Feb 11: 6-7pm PT
  • Feb 13: 6-7pm PT
  • Feb 16: 10-11am & 2-3pm PT
  • Feb 18: 6-7pm PT
  • Feb 20: 6-7pm PT
  • Feb 23: 10-11am & 2-3pm PT

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