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Robotics Club

The US Robotics Club has been an afterschool club since 2007. Students grades 5-12 participate in the National Robotics Challenge held in Marion, Ohio. The goals of the Club are to help students learn to design, build and program robots to accomplish a task. Students are encouraged to work collaboratively and solve problems with their team.  

With manufacturing and businesses depending more and more on technology and robotics, we feel we are a positive influence on students and their future career choices. 

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Wright Patterson Air Force Base Trip

Wright Patterson Air Force Base Trip

L to R: Matt (from Tech Edge Works) Weston, Isaac, Seth, Noah, Ben Tran (USHS Alumni) More +

National Robotics Challenge

The National Robotics Challenge is the longest continually operating robotics competition in the world from 1986 to present! Over 1,000 participants from 9 states and 2 countries come to Marion, Ohio, to participate and meet the challenges of each event. Elementary, middle, high schools and colleges all compete at the NRC. 
 
The US Robotics Club has been participating in the National Robotics Challenge since 2008. We design, build and program our own robots to accomplish tasks needed for each event. 
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History of Robotics Club

The US Robotics Club was started as an after school club for middle and high school students in 2007. We have been participating in the National Robotics Challenge held in Marion every year since 2008. We have brought home trophies of some type every year including two teams nominated for the Honda Innovation Award.

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Links

2018 Robotics Competition

National Robotics Challenge

Robotics In Action

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