Where Excellence is Expected

Fort Collins

High School

Where Excellence is Expected

Where Excellence is Expected

Charles Hubbeling

Department
Technology Education
Role
Teacher
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About Me

Originally from South Dakota, Dr. Hubbeling moved to Colorado in 1993 to work as an engineer for Amoco Production Company. He holds a doctoral degree in engineering from Colorado State University and has worked as an engineering consultant. Dr. Hubbeling transitioned to education in 2004 with a teaching position at Poudre School District and Saint Joseph Catholic School in 2005. Dr. Hubbeling has taught science, math and engineering in grades 6th to 12th. In 2010, Dr. Hubbeling helped form the engineering program at Liberty Common High School where he developed corporate-school partnerships with CSU, Woodward Governor and Hewlett Packard. In 2018, Dr. Hubbeling returned to Poudre School District to teach engineering and technology education at Fort Collins High School. He now teaches Metals and Manufacturing, two Front Range courses, leads SkillsUSA, and has founded the Armed Forces Day recognition which celebrates students serving our country.  

Schedule(s)

School Year Term Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 Period 4 Period 5 Period 6 Period 7 Period 8
2022-23 Spring Semester Planning Metal and Machine Fabrication B(2) FRCC CAD2459 Advanced Solidworks Principles of Manufacturing Metal and Machine Fabrication AII(3) Mind Center Metal and Machine Fabrication B(2) Planning
2022-23 Fall Semester Planning Metal and Machine Fabrication A(1) FRCC CAD2455 Solidworks Principles of Manufacturing Principles of Manufacturing FRCC EGT1101 Machine Design Metal and Machine Fabrication A(1) Planning
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