Johns Creek High School's Gladiator Robotics Team offers a hands-on learning environment for students interested in robotics and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math).
Students are provided with opportunities to learn and compete against other teams in robotics-based competitions throughout the school year. Gladiator Robotics competes in competitions such as the GRITS competition in the fall semester, and the more rigorous FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) in the spring semester.
Students on this team learn mechanical and electrical engineering, leadership skills, business management, programming, and people skills.
Students learn to design, build and program robots while also learning the business side of competition such as requesting sponsors and writing award applications. Gladiator Robotics works with professionals, alumni mentors, and students for an opportunity to develop skills in business and STEM careers.
The goal of Gladiator Robotics is to compete at the highest level of competition while promoting STEM in our community.
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The FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) is an international high school robotics competition founded in 1992 by Dean Kamen.
It aims to inspire young people to pursue
STEM careers by challenging teams of high school students to design, build, and program a large-scale robot to compete in an annual game-style challenge.
With a six-week build period and regional events, FRC combines technical skills, teamwork, and core values like gracious professionalism to provide an immersive and exciting experience for students.
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