Advanced Robotics (FIRST Tech Challenge) Program for High School Students

The Advanced Robotics (FIRST Tech Challenge) Program is for rising high school students in grades 9th through 12th. During this week-long, full-day camp participants will work in pairs and learn how to build a TETRIX robot, a more complex and robust robot than LEGO robots. They will also learn to program their robot, both autonomously and with remote controls, and use their knowledge to complete different tasks and challenges with the robots. This camp will teach the basics of TETRIX building and programming for students planning to compete in UIL sanctioned robotics competitions. This camp also fulfills requirements for the Robotics Boy Scout Merit Badge and the Robotics Girl Scout Badge.

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