On May 2nd, MOD Pizza will be our partner in a fundraiser for the club! All you have to do is show the cashier a printed or digital copy of the flyer to support us. Thank you for your support!
All members who signed up for the trip to the Alamo Regional, do not forget that we leave Wednesday, April 4th from Seven Lakes around 5:00 pm. Competion will be held the following days, and we will be arriving back at SLHS late Saturday evening. DO NOT FORGET!!!
In one week, the official kick off for the 2018 FRC Season will begin. Please mark January 6, 2018 on your calanders, don’t forget!
On December 9th there will picture day, so to speak, for the year book. Save the date!
As a requirement to do many things in our club, all members and volunteers must be safety trained prior to just about all else. The next couple of weeks are the best opportunity to get trained as time is running out! Please get safety training as soon as you possibly can! Thank you.
Starting this coming school year, this news site will be used for more important information about events and other things. These posts will include some more details to specific events and other information whereas the blog will be giving a small, brief look into a competition or other small events ( school demos and such ). Please look to checking here and the blog every now and then for updates.
On October 17, 2015, the Seven Lakes High School Robotics Club hosted a Girl Scouts Brownie Workshop to help promote science among girls in the community. Over 80 Girl Scout Brownies from local area elementary schools, along with Brownie troop leaders and parent chaperones, gathered at the Robert R. Shaw Center for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) where the girls performed hands-on experiments necessary to earn the Home Scientist Badge.
The Seven Lakes Robotics Club would like to thank all of the participants, volunteers, and the Shaw Center for making this event possible.
design. Each team collaborated on their robot’s size, shape, and operating functions. Students will continue to meet to refine their design and subsequently build their robots in preparation for the competition. Ultimately RoboSpartans will have to decide on one robot to represent Seven Lakes High School at the December 5th VEX Competition. Good Luck VEX RoboSpartans!
Good job team! We did amazing :) Making it to eliminations is a great accomplishment. Bright offseason and future in store for us