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Guidance Counselors
Susan Starkie (11 + 12)    sstarkie@bridgeportedu.net    203-275-3333
Nadia Pearce (10)   npearce@bridgeportedu.net    203-275-3304
Jackie Gardner (9)   jgardner@bridgeportedu.net    203-275-3336

Mr. Jay Lipp
Principal : Aerospace/Hydrospace
Assistant Principal : Beth Furnari

Assistant Principal : Dave Henry
203- 275 - 3426
Secretary : Lisa Salgado
Fax : 203-337-0116

Our Mission
Our Mission:

Our mission is to educate the nation's future leaders in the science and art of the physical sciences and aerospace engineering. Further, we seek to expand the frontiers of engineering science and to encourage technological innovation while fostering academic excellence and scholarly learning in a project based learning environment.
What is Marine Engineering?
Ms. Mason's Boat Project
Ms. Mason's class did a project on boat design.

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'News Report' on Boat Disaster
The Sail Car Challenge
Live NASA Space Station Feed
Solar Energy Meter
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Aero School News

Aero/Hydro-Space FWC Science Fair Winners
Ninth Grade
First Place : Ari Lichenthal
Second Place : Amun Spears
Third Place : Rose Mohammed and Eavan Edmonds
Fourth Place : Carley Costello and Miriam Kugonza

Tenth Grade
First Place : Kenny Pineda
Second Place :Eric Gurski
Third Place : Phuc Do and Ryan McNeil
Fourth Place : Kenny Walsh

Aerospace Students making blankets for Shriner's Children's Hospital of Boston
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Nicholas Satta and Senator Murphy

This past summer four Fairchild students Natalie Colon (Aero), Marie Frese (Bio), Julie London (Aero), and Kenyon North (Aero) traveled abroad to England. This educational and cultural experience was funded by the British American Business Foundation. This foundation specializes in awarding scholarships to students who have a track record of academic achievement and community leadership to attend the ACS International School - Cobham. Stephen Maltby Chairman of the foundation was instrumental in the selection process. He conducted interviews with each of the prospective candidates and informed the families of their selection. Mr. Maltby walked the students and their families through the process and answered any questions regarding the trip. The trip itself was roughly two weeks long and the students traveled to many famous landmarks such as the London Eye, Stonehenge, The Westminster Abbey, and many more.
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There are 55 teams from across the country that are going to help NASA gather information on the upcoming eclipse and Fairchild Wheeler's Engineering School sent three students on the Connecticut team which will be in Paducah, Kentucky. The team is sending up a camera 80 thousand feet and will also be collecting data for environmental experiments.
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The Student Spaceflight Experiment Program (SSEP) Mission 11 was launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Sunday. One of the 21 student experiments on board came from four students at the Aerospace/Hydrospace Engineering and Physical Sciences School at the Fairchild Wheeler Interdistrict Magnet Campus in Bridgeport.
The team included Jucar Lopes of Milford, Uchenna Oguagha of Bridgeport, Kiana Laude of Trumbull and Raysa Leguizamon of Bridgeport. Entitled "Microgravity's Effect on Immune System Response of Model Species: An Interaction between Daphnia magna and Pasteuria ramosa," the experiment looks at the effects of microgravity on the human immune system.

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Uchenna Oguagha, an Aero senior, represented the campus at the Bridgeport Public Education Fund's (BPEF) Annual Fall fundraising event, where she gave an amazing heartfelt and insightful speech to a packed hall at the Bridgeport's Holiday Inn. At the end of her remarks she received a standing ovation.
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Ekram attended the very selective Young Global Scholars (YYGS) Program at Yale University this summer, and would like to thank all the people who helped make it possible.

Anubhav Dhar a Junior at Fairchild Wheeler's Aero/Hydrospace Engineering and Physical Science High School, has been awarded a summer internship with a $3,300 stipend for the 8 weeks of the program. If he chooses to return the stipend increases to $3,800.00. He will be assigned to the Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory in Groton, CT.

Aero Science Fair Winners 2016
10th Grade Winners
1st Place: Aero : Erik Koether
2nd Place: Aero: Shubham Singh
9th Grade Aero Winners
1st - Hritush Bhargava
2nd - Leo Bryers
3rd - Ben Madison
Honorable Mention - William Garay

Shubham Singh and Anubhav Dhar, members of the FCW Math Club, qualified for the National Math Con in Chicago. Shubham finished 1st in the 9th grade division nationally and Anubhav finished 12th in the 10th grade division. Over 45,000 students competed in this national competition!!

Nick Torres, History teacher in the Engineering School, was the recipient of the 2015 Theodore & Margaret Beard Excellence in Teaching Award. This award honors up to two exceptional Bridgeport public school teachers with a cash gift of $25,000. It is one of the largest teaching awards in the nation.The award was presented on May 6, 2015 at the Inspiration Awards ceremony, a joint event of Fairfield County's Community Foundation and the Bridgeport Public Education Fund that recognizes outstanding teachers in Bridgeport public education.

Awards Ceremony Pictures
Aero Pathway

Pi Day at Aero
Pi Day 2016 - Click Here          Pi Day 2015 - Click Here

Physical Sciences, Engineering and Aerospace/Hydrospace Science High School
Physical Sciences, Engineering and Aerospace/Hydrospace Science High School

In this STEM-based program, students will learn the practical application of science and math to solve problems. Learning to use software, interacting with regional industry and collaborating with state and local universities, students will research, design and develop creative solutions for exploration and discovery.

Aerospace Student Council
Aerospace Student Council will meet in Room E118 Thursdays after school

The mission of the Student Council is to allow students to become responsible leaders within our community and nurture in all students the traits of good citizenship.

We will accomplish this mission by doing the following:
  1. Serve as a source of communication between the student body and the faculty and administration of the school.
  2. Provide opportunities for students to participate in the government of the school while promoting and maintaining high standards of individual responsibility, cooperation and maturity among students.
  3. Share in the development, promotion, coordination, and management of school activities.
  4. Help others in our community in order to bring awareness about those less fortunate.
Marble Sorter
Girls in STEM

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Aero Honors MP 2

Sikorsky Engineer Contact Information

Dave Myers, Jr.
Photography in Ms. Burns' Classes - Student Work
Shadows & Reflections
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Shutter Speed:
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Word of the Week:
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Service Above Self Winners Genesis Caballero and Ms. Bromberg-Alvarado with Mr. Lipp.

Rube Goldberg in Physics Class
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Algebra and Rockets

Mr. Viesto's class explores quadratic equations and rockets

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The Best of Rube Goldberg

by Maggie and Julia (2016)

by Graham Bonnell & Anthony Johansen (2014)

by Anubhav Dhar & John Brindisi (2014)