Robotics Team Website Challenge Sponsored by Dell
The Robotics Team Website Challenge sponsored by Dell is a challenge asking you to develop a website that promotes your entire robotics program. This may include:
- Your VEX IQ Challenge, VEX Robotics Competition, or VEX U team(s),
- Other robotics programs in which you participate,
- Outreach/mentoring activities,
- Your Past/Present/Future (what you have done, who you are, where you are, and what you plan to do in the future),
- And how to join.
In short, build a website that tells the world how great is youth robotics and how special is your program. You are encouraged to promote all the STEM activities in which your robotics program participates (VRC, BEST, Botball, FIRST, TSA, PLTW, SKILLS USA, SKILLS Canada, underwater robotics, workshops, camps, math competitions, bridge building, solar-powered cars, etc.)
Bonus points provided for website that provides recognition for sponsors, teachers, mentors, and schools.
The Leo Robotics (141A and B teams) website is located at:
This is a hand crafted website using HTML and CSS by Killian Babb and Aurora Kennedy -- one member from each team working on the united website. It introduces both teams, discusses our mentors, provides information about how the teams were started and how our team reaches out to the broader VEX robotics community.
The website itself was coded using:
Visual Studio Code:
The Ripley Viking Robotics program consists of team 27183R Rip City Beep Boop and 27183V Rip City Boop Beep. This website is designed to easily showcase our robotics program in Ripley, West Virginia. On the front page all of our tournaments are shown. There is also a link to our past competitions and our stats at each one. The top of the website has links to each section of our program. The program we have has brought us plenty of sponsors that have supported our program. Our sponsors and each of our past and present members are...
Through this website we want to promote STEM programs, especially Robotics. We share valuable information, photographs and videos of our experiences. We have participated in several competitions in which we have obtained great achievements. We have also developed skills that we apply in our classes and presentations. We are very proud of what we have achieved individually, but as a team we have shown that the work has been worthwhile.
Welcome to the Sandpiper Robotics Website!
Sandpiper School serves students in grades TK-8th grade. Our VEX robotics program was started by Principal Tamara Moore in 2014 with just 2 teams, 10 students total. Since then, our program consistently has sent teams to VEX Worlds, has hosted the Sandpiper Robotics Tournament and the Bay Area Robotics League, and has provided volunteers for the California State Tournament and VEX Worlds.
For these reasons, in 2018, Sandpiper School was awarded the "Volunteer of the Year Award" at the...
Exothermic Robotics is one of the longest-standing VEX robotics club in Washington State. The club provides the resources necessary for teams to succeed in Vex Robotics Competitions and is completely student-run. Our teams have competed in Worlds multiple times and have performed exceedingly well. This website, built completely from scratch, focuses on presenting our prestigious history and support network to prospective members.