Robotics Team Website Challenge Sponsored by Dell
This challenge is to develop a website that promotes your entire robotics program – your VEX IQ Challenge, VEX Robotics Competition, or VEX U team(s) and any other robotics programs you participate in, your outreach activities, how to join, what you have done, who you are, where you are, and what you plan to do in the future. In short, build a website that tells the world how great youth robotics is and how special your program is. 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.).
Wenatchee High School, 98807 presents; our Vex Robotics Club website!
We are from Wenatchee High School, Wenatchee, Washington, United States have competed in Vex Robotics since Skyrise season & proudly to still compete in a league where becoming better engineers matters, than just competeing!
The Firestone Robotics Club, 7316, proudly presents our addition to the VRC Website Challenge! This website is a club effort meant to represent ourselves through the media. Feel free to click the link and see what we've been up to!
The Firestone Robotics Club website challenge entry for teams 7316A, 7316B, 7316D, 7316E, 7316F, and 7316T.
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We are a community of students working together at Foothill High School, California, helping out other schools from the TUSD district in order to support people with an ambission toward engineering. This website was created in order to help students interested in our program to help join, learn and invest within our school's 6627 teams: 6627X, 6627A, 6627B, 6627C and 6627D.
North Hardin VEX Robotics is a VEX Robotics program that is made up of a group of engineering students from North Hardin High School that is stationed at the Early College and Career Center (EC3). We currently have a total of three teams which include 4104A, 4104B, and 4104C. Our VEX Robotics program aims into improving the knowledge students have on multiple fields of engineering using the engineering design process, and the construction and troubleshooting of robots.
This is the official website of LanceBotics Team 200 for the 2018-2019 Turning Point season, made for the organisation of our entire team, as an extra resource for other teams to have an in depth look of who we are, and for interested sponsors. Established in 2013, LanceBotics has never overlooked STEM in every aspect of Robotics. With multiple seperate teams (such as a separate media team) for operations all around the team, each and every individual has a role to keep our team going. Our goal is to teach students in the Leaside Community the basics of STEM and much more. We are from...
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This website was created in 2014 to provide our members with helpful resources and to help keep our club organized and on track for success. It was also designed for the community to learn more about our robotics program and how to become more involved. Our website won first place 2015-16 & 2016-17, but did not win last year because of the failure of the new owner. This year, the editing of the website should be organised and...
The Lamar Discobots website aims to reach members of the Lamar student body and other community members by showcasing who we are as a team and updating those around us on our current endeavors. Through the use of captiovational graphics, we hope to put the best image of our team forward.
The Lamar Discobots website aims to reach members of the Lamar student body and other community members by showcasing who we are as a team and updating those around us on our current endeavors. Through the use of captivating graphics, we hope to put the best image of our team forward.
JPII S.H.I.E.L.D. Robotics in its second year of competition. Robotics is a lab-based course that uses a hands-on approach to introduce the basic concepts of robotics and engineering, focusing on the construction and programming of VEX VRC competition robots. The course is tied to the VEX robotics engineering curriculum, in which students work in groups to build and test increasingly more complex mobile robots. Class members are required to participate on our JPII S.H.I.E.L.D. Robotics teams.
Our Website was made to inform veiwers about what we do in Robotics at St. Paul's International College (SPIC). It includes 2 videos and short interveiws from each member. Cheack out our blog, where we talk about SPIC's brand new v5 set, one of the first in Australia. Here is the link if you want to take a look.
We are presenting the website we built promoting our robotics program, our passion for robotics and our interest in STEM. You can view details of our school, all of our teams, our participation in competitions, outreach activities, how to join, sponsors and much more. We are very proud of our work and want to share it with the world.
This is a website created by the 4344x team captain and president of the MHS robotics club, Conner Bogle. It has been up and running since 2014 and is still constantly being updated with new information. This website is not only used for our own club, it is also used to advertise during competitions and events and to create more community involvement and understanding of what we do.