Upper School

Solar Car

Amidst a prominent Classical curricular foundation at All Saints', a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) project is building its niche on campus and on the national track. Through the Solar Car Competition, All Saints' students spend their year (and summer) designing, building and racing their own solar-powered vehicle. 

Due to the success of the Project and the increasing student interest in participation, Upper School students can now take Solar Car as an elective.

Read more about the Project in the Fall 2014 issue of Innovate.

The Solar Car Challenge

Each summer the team competes in the Solar Car Challenge. The Solar Car Challenge has been named one of the top project-based STEM initiatives in the country, helping motivate students in Science, Engineering and Alternative Energy.

Race History:
  • 2018 - 1st place, Cross-Country Race
  • 2017 - 4th place, Track Race
  • 2016 - 2nd place, Cross-Country Race
  • 2015 - 3rd place, Track Race
  • 2014 - 2nd place, Hybrid Race
  • 2013 - 6th place, Cross-Country Race
The 2019 Solar Car Challenge race will be held at Texas Motor Speedway Friday, July 12 - Thursday, July 18.

Using the 3D Printer to Make Parts

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