Middle School Robotics is comprised of a 10 person team that competes in the annual FLL (First Lego League) Competition, as well as, the National World War II Museum Competition. The purpose of the club is to teach teamwork, critical thinking skills, strategic problem solving, and presentation skills. Students will also learn the importance of the FLL core values, gracious professionalism and coopertition, in the process. The goal is to put the students in the role of creating and designing using science, technology, engineering, and math.
Our teams compete every fall against other teams involved in the First Lego League, and the WW2 competition is in the spring. Through these competitions, students use technology to solve real world problems.
1st place robot design in May 2015 National World War II Museum Robotics Competition
1st place overall in the May 2016 National World War 2 Museum Robotics Competition
Won in Regionals at the November 2015 FLL Competition, and moved on to State in December 2015