The Robotics Team is open to all students to help generate more interest in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
We believe that through the world of robotics students not only learn methods for building, programming and operating a robot, but also realize the immediate benefits of mathematics and engineering as they compete for their school.
"Our Robotics Team's success lead to the design and construction of a state-of-the-art robotics practice arena on campus to help our team reach their goals," said Neal Brown, Board Chair of the Buildings and Grounds Committee.
For more information, contact Tom Riggs.
The Robotics Team placed 3rd out of 24 teams at state in 2016.