We had a "Pilot" event in 2009 with ten High School students (grades 9-12). The video below shows a summary of the event:
In the Fall of 2009, using privately donated funds, two high school teams from Idaho (Bonners Ferry High School and the Coeur d’Alene School District), were given the tools to program the SPHERES satellites. Over the course of three months, with the help of their teachers and MIT mentors, the students wrote and tested actual spaceflight software to carry out a competitive task using SPHERES. Their programs were run first in simulation, and then on the MIT flat floor. On Dec 9, 2009, the two teams flew to MIT and were able to participate in the operation of their software aboard the International Space Station.