Christopher Columbus High School

A Catholic School for Young Men in the Marist Tradition since 1958
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Innovation Hub Fund

Help Our Explorers Build Our Future

The Christopher Columbus High School Innovation Hub Fund has been
established to support the activities of our Explorers involved in Robotics,
Engineering, and Technology Entrepreneurship as well as to ensure that our facilities and equipment in our labs are always up to date.

Specifically, donations made to this fund will help our student teams with
the travel expenses to attend events like the prestigious Conrad Challenge, and the VEX Robotics National and International Competitions and help maintain our Muñoz Family Innovation Hub so it remains a cutting-edge facility that fosters student creativity and innovation for years to come.

By supporting the Innovation Hub Fund, you are helping advance our students in the area of STEM and giving them the tools to build our future.

About the Muñoz Family Innovation Hub for Design, Engineering & Entrepreneurship
Located in the Robert Sanchez Family Robotics & Engineering Lab, the Muñoz Family Innovation Hub is a space for hands-on and experimental learning. Here students work collaboratively and creatively to invent a product and take it from concept creation, through the building stage, and ultimately the business development and selling process.

The hub is home to all the engineering classes and after school clubs like Robotics, STEM and Rocketry.
Christopher Columbus High School | 3000 SW 87 Avenue | Miami, FL 33165 | (305) 223-5650
Brotherhood, Faith, and Scholarship define the Marist Brothers Catholic education at Christopher Columbus High School.  By making Jesus Christ known and loved and creating an inspiring academic and extracurricular environment, we prepare young men for higher learning and a life-long commitment to leadership and service through Gospel and Marist values.

Columbus is fully accredited by Cognia and is a member of the Marist Association of Secondary schools, the National Catholic Education Association and the Independent Schools of South Florida.