The Granite Bay High School Design & Engineering Club was founded in 2013 in order to design, fabricate, and test ultra-mileage, fuel-efficient, and eco-friendly vehicles that would subsequently participate in the Shell Eco-marathon, Americas. The club is comprised of several students who all share a common interest in the engineering discipline. Through knowledge gathered from “Project Lead the Way” classes at Granite Bay High School, students have the opportunity to apply their skills with tools including various Computer Aided Design software. In previous years, the team has had the opportunity to compete in the Shell Eco-marathon Americas. This international competition challenges student teams from Universities and High Schools to build and test ultra energy-efficient vehicles. With an annual event in Detroit, Michigan, the winners are the teams that use the least amount of energy in a course. This event sparks debate about the future of mobility and inspires young engineers to push the boundaries of fuel efficiency. In previous years, Team Granite Bay has successfully placed first and second in the alternative fuels category for the Urban Concept Group, achieving 115 and 103 miles per gallon, respectively.
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