Register your team for the Seattle Prep Robotics Extravaganza on Saturday April 21, from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. This event will highlight various Robotics activities which are happening with in the Catholic middle and elementary schools in our area. The Seattle Prep Robotics Team will show student built robots playing a new game called the Robot Olympiad, which includes soccer, basketball, 50ft dash and Steeplechase (think obstacle course).
The Seattle Prep Robotics program focuses on teaching students the fundamental skills in teamwork, engineering, system design, programming and project management. By participating in the largest international robotics program - VEX Robotics - our students compete with the best young minds, by building efficient and sophisticated robots which can outperform their peers in fast paced competitions.
Robotics is an intensive year long program, where students are exposed to many of today's industry standard tools and skills including AutoCAD Inventor and RobotC, a sophisticated real-time system control programming language. Students participating in Robotics in high school are often eligible for significant scholarships at prestigious Colleges and Universities.
Willem Scholten brings over 10 years of experience introducing students from kindergarten through college to the world of integrated system design focusing on engineering, math, biology, computer programming and human and machine interaction. "Everyone should do robotics at least once in their school career" he is fond of saying, and he particularly enjoys opening students' eyes to the beautiful world of applied robotics
Wednesday - Sept. 27th: VEX IQ League
Thursday - Oct. 12th Girl Powered
Saturday - April 21: Robotics Extravaganza
As part of their bid for a spot at the VEX Robotics World Championships, the Prep Robotics Team built a website showcasing their work.
Visit www.sprobotics.org for a student-created, behind-the-scenes look at this great program!