Mattawan Rocket Club

Education • Sport • Competition

Join Mattawan High School classmates in learning about the design, analysis, and performance of air and space vehicles and a broad spectrum of related engineering science, such as aerodynamics, structural mechanics, automatic controls, flight mechanics, space dynamics, propulsion, and related topics.

We’ll build and launch model rockets together and learn from experienced mentors and companies in the aerospace and astronautical industries.

No experience required, just a curiosity and desire to learn about physics, chemistry and engineering in a really cool way.

A special shoutout to Chemistry/Biology teacher Ms. Moss for sponsoring this club and our NAR Mentors for guiding us along the way.

Interested in Helping Out?

We love to learn from others with experience in model rocketry and the aerospace fields.  Contact us.

Are you interested in supporting STEM?

Visit our Sponsors page for more information about tax-deductible donations.

What About Middle Schoolers?

Hang in there, we’re a new club and our hope is to expand our club to include middle schoolers next year.

Mattawan Rocket ClubNational Association of Rocketry - Education Section

We’re excited to be registered as Michigan’s newest team to participate in The American Rocketry Challenge (TARC)

The American Rocketry Challenge is the world’s largest rocket contest with nearly 5,000 students nationwide competing each year. The contest gives middle and high school students the opportunity to design, build and launch model rockets and hands-on experience solving engineering problems.

TARC The American Rocketry Challenge