After seeing as all schools in Virginia were closed amidst the global pandemic, we created Caelus Computing to keep all of us students in touch with basic academic skills! Over the course of several months starting in April 2020, Project Caelus has partnered with nonprofit Youth for Sewa to run free, online, one-on-one tutoring sessions for students in grades 1 - 10 in math, science, or computer science.
Upcoming Outreach Events
11/28/2020, 5:00:00 AM
Be on the lookout for a two day CAD and Programming camp where Project Caelus members will teach you about some of the hardest techniques of Computer-Aided Design and how to grow your skills in Computer Science!
Fall CAD & Python Camp
11/17/2020, 5:00:00 AM
Over Thanksgiving break, Project Caelus is holding a two-day Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Python camp for students between grades 5 and 10. The camp will be on November 28th and 29th and TJHSST students will teach the camp through Zoom. Donations are appreciated to help bring us one step closer to space. You can sign up for the camp with this link:
and can donate through our PayPal with this link:
Summer Rocketry Camp
8/10/2020, 4:00:00 AM
In August of 2020, Project Caelus held a Summer Rocketry Camp which offered both an introductory to rocketry basics camp, and an advanced skills camp over the course of two weeks. We taught students from the 2nd to 10th grade and held lessons for almost 2 hours each day of the week in the camp that covered topics ranging from Astronomy to CAD/Programming and even to Arduino basics.
Braddock Elementary School Event
1/18/2020, 5:00:00 AM
Some of the Project Caelus members traveled to Braddock Elementary School to teach Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders about Newton's 3 Laws of Physics. After the lesson, we held a fun balloon rocket activity where all the kids were able to build model balloon rockets, test their speed, and compete with their peers!
5/18/2019, 2:00:00 PM
6560 Braddock Rd, Alexandria, VA 22312
At TJHSST's own STEM symposium called Techstravaganza, Project Caelus was able to present our work to over 100 local elementary and middle school students. We held rocketry demonstrations and also taught our community more about the engineering and programming aspects of our project.