Welcome to the John F Kennedy High School EngineeringConnect home page. We offer students the opportunity to explore exciting and diverse career fields in Engineering. Scroll below to learn more about our program. Join us in November as we host an ARISS contact with Astronauts from the International Space Station.
All JFK students and BVIS students are welcome to participate in the “Ask an Astronaut Challenge” and T-shirt Design Challenge. We will pick 12-15 students total to represent our school in November. See the yellow links below. This event will be broadcast live on YouTube in November!
The Moon Station by Abraham Chavarria, Jorge Wendlantd and Richard Le
Why explore Engineering?
Look around you……everything in your built environment is created by some type of Engineer.
To encourage, inspire, prepare and enable John F. Kennedy students for the Engineering Industries by building highly sought soft and technical skills. To fully develop every students’ knowledge of the Engineering Design Process.
Providing opportunities to explore Engineering fields is a main focal point of our program.
- What are the jobs of the future?
- What skills are in high demand in the Engineering fields?
- How can I gain these skills in High School?
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JFK Engineering students representing Commander P.R.I.D.E. at the TSA State Conference.
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Introduction to Engineering
Principles of Engineering
November 20-21 School Year
JFK High School EngineeringConnect department is pleased to announce we have been selected to host a ARISS radio contact with the International Space Station in November of 2020.
Inspire our future.
Photo Date: 11-7-2018 LocaKrChrtion: Bldg 8 Photo Studio Subject: Astronaut Christina Koch Official EMU Portrait
Photographer: Bill Stafford
Real World -Real Problems -Real Solutions
Environmental Sustainability class is an interdisciplinary engineering course in which students investigate and design solutions to solve real-world challenges related to clean and abundant drinking water, food supply enhancement, and renewable energy.
Currently JFK offers two courses through RedRocks Community College in the 2020-2021 school year each providing both college credit and a certification.
Learn about the Engineering Graphics Program at RedRocks