Rube Goldberg


Students work together as a team to build a Rube Goldberg machine that accomplishes the assigned task.  The machine must be made from readily available materials and contain as many simple machine steps as possible, while also being original and exciting.


Any Homestead High School student

Time Commitment:

Students are expected to attend group meetings and machine build days a couple times a week after school.

Procedure for Joining:

Attend an initial "call out" meeting in the fall after school when announced.  If interested, students will pay official dues to secure membership. Dues are used to pay for the group's transportation and competition fees. 

Activity Period:


Membership limit:

None. However, if you are not a member in good standing and do not attend meetings and work sessions regularly you might not be invited to attend regional and national competition.

Recent Achievements:

2017 - Third Place at Regional Competition
2016 - Second Place at Regional Competition
2013 - First Place at Regional competition and 8th Place at National Competition


Mr. Joshua Salway


Technology Education Department