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David Shaw


Capo Engineering Sophomore class has been working with hydraulics and learning about renewable energy.


Capo students have been waiting for this moment for a long time and finally the time has come, Capo is finally joining in on the League of Legends competitions. Capo has formed two teams that will compete weekly against local high schools. Students will be coached professionally. We'd like to give a special thanks the the Administrative Staff, CCA and R.A.D.A.R for making all of this possible. 

First Robotics

This 2018 year, Team 5199 Dolphins from outer space teams up with Capo students to form an unstoppable force. Every team member has been working very hard and showing dedication to their work while bringing some amazing ideas to the table.

    Engineering Presentation @ Ladera Ranch Middle School

    Presented 7th and 8th grade students about an engineering pathway opportunity.  Students who answered questions were rewarded with a custom Capo Valley / Ladera Ranch Middle School dog tag.



    Applied Medical Field trip

    Students went to the applied medical office in Rancho Santa Margarita and explored the world of medical engineering and some of the amazing things that are possible because of it. They were walked through each station of construction for each of the parts. They were allowed to have a hands on experience while also having a designated helper to answer any questions students may have. 


    Girls In STEM

    The STEM program opens extraordinary opportunities to students they may not get otherwise. This incredible group of girls are a hard working bunch with a passion to excel. As Capo's very own Carli Torres once said "Once in the STEM program, you start thinking in different ways and applying what you learn in the real world. Your curiosity to know how things work will increase and you will be pleasantly surprised when you're able to figure things out on you're own."



    Mission Viejo Library 3D Pens

    Capo Engineering students met at the mission Viejo library to teach kids how to use the 3Doodler pens that they have been using in class. This opened the gates of opportunities to both the students and the kids. They put their heads together and created small mazes that the kids were then able to take home.