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March 31, 2017
Rogers State University
Claremore Campus

The 5th Annual Aero Games allows middle and high school students to participate in hands-on competitions that involve creating and building gliders, wind-powered rockets, remote-controlled helicopters, and other wind- and aerospace-related objects.

In an effort to promote science, math, engineering, and technology (STEM) education, Google and Rogers State University have partnered together to offer a fun and interactive learning experience for students in northeast Oklahoma.

It is our mission to unite the northeast Oklahoma community, to foster an environment of creative and cooperative learning, and to inspire students to excel in these subject areas.


Boy demonstrating his catapult during Aero Games.Schedule of Events

The 2017 schedule of events will be posted as soon as it is available.






Games & Supply Kits

An overview of the games and rules outlining objectives for each competition will be emailed to the participant. Supply kits will be available for pick-up or delivery (if arrangements are made), must show printed confirmation to pick up your kit.

The following games and competitions will be available:

This Aero Games video was prepared by NTC EAST program students.

Middle School/Junior High Games:

  • Aero Planes
  • Quad Flight
  • Catapult
  • Boat Race

High School Games:

  • Quad Flight
  • Roller Coaster
  • Stomp Rocket (distance)
  • Stomp Rocket (target)


Trophies and team medals will be awarded for each game. One scholarship will be awarded.

Team Spirit:
Each team is encouraged to have a team name and theme for the competition.

Engineering Award:
Based on the team’s Engineering Notebook, which should include sketches, discussions, design, evolution, processes, the “Eureka” moments, obstacles and each team member’s thoughts throughout the process of preparing for the competition.

One $1,000 scholarship/tuition waiver will be awarded to a 2017 graduating senior.


Rules & Registration

Each and every student MUST have a completed and signed Student Participation Waiver Form in order to compete. No exceptions. The sponsor must bring the signed original forms to the registration desk on the day of the event.

  • Teams can have a maximum of five students
  • One team per high school and one team per junior high
  • Each team competes in all four events
  • Materials are provided at no cost to schools
  • After you register you will receive a confirmation from Clarice Doyle
  • Each team member will receive an Aero Games t-shirt and lunch