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HRHS FIRST Robotics Team

Welcome to the HRHS Engineering Program (established 2014)     

I was thrilled to join the staff of Highlands Ranch High School in 2014 and continue to be excited about creating and teaching the new engineering program here.  I have been teaching Technology Education for 20 years, both at the middle and high school level.  I have been coaching robotics teams for 15 years and I am proud to coach the new FIRST Robotics Competition team at HRHS, who earned the Rookie All-Star Award at the 2016 Denver Regional FRC Competiton.  I continue to improve the HRHS Engineering Lab (room 2490) to prepare it for teaching additional course each year.  It will be crowded in here again this year with robots, electronics, structures and projects from the Intro to Engineering classes.  Come visit the lab, stop in to ask a question, or just look through the windows to see what is going on. For more information about my background visit my biography page. My hope is that students will find that engineering is a fun and rewarding career choice and that they will come out of my program here at HRHS well prepared for success in college and life.  Check out the Engineering Student Association (ESA) website for more opportunities to learn about engineering.

Teacher Information
  • Teacher Email Address:  

            cagray1@dcsdk12.org

  • Teacher Schedule/Availability
                Period  (1)    Planning         
                Period  (2)    Electronics / Engineering 3
                Academic Access (3) Homeroom
                Period  (4)    TechLab2 TechLab3
                Period  (5)     Business Law
                Period  (6)     Business Law
                Period  (7)     Engineering 1
                Period  (8)     Planning 
     

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Engineering

 Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET):

          "Engineering is the profession in which a knowledge of the mathematical and natural sciences gained by study, experience, and practice is applied with judgment to develop ways to utilize, economically, the materials and forces of nature for the benefit of mankind."