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Iowa Private School Wins Grant for Rocketry Project

The Maharishi School Rocketry Team has earned a $1,500 grant from the Alliant Energy Foundation,  which will go towards the design, construction, and rocket flight expenses for the team's Team America Rocketry Challenge entry.  Maharishi School is offering both TARC Rocketry and NASA Student Launch Rocketry Teams through our project-based learning curriculum this year.    Last... Read More »

Iowa Private School Rocketry Team Invited to NASA Student Launch

Maharishi School Rocketry Team Coach Rick Rudloff has big news for the community; the rocketry team has been invited to NASA's 2017-2018 Student Launch! This acceptance means that the team is included in an elite set of 60 Middle School, High School, College, and University teams from across the United States.  The selected groups receive guidance... Read More »

Maharishi Upper School Rocketry Team Places Fourth in National Competition

The Maharishi School rocketry team finished fourth in the nation in this year’s Team America Rocketry Challenge, sponsored by Raytheon, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and others. 829 teams entered the competition this year.  Their task? Design, build and launch a rocket to go exactly 775 feet and land in 41-43 seconds…with a payload of a raw egg... Read More »

Maharishi Upper School Rocketry Team Qualifies for National Competition

Fuweiyu (Wayne) Li grade 10, Bridget Bianco grade 11, Miles Falk grade 10, Karthik Vempati grade 11 The Maharishi Upper School Rocketry team qualified for the Team America National Rocketry Challenge in Washington DC this year, and we are eagerly awaiting news of their scores from the competition with 99 other teams from across the nation.... Read More »


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