FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC)

Grades 9th – 12th

The Laker Robotics high school program is open to any high school student from any school who wishes to participate. Students in grades 9th – 12th have the opportunity to participate in the following programs:

Current Activities

  • The 2022 Season for high school students has officially started (January 8th, 2022)!

  • Team Meetings:
    • Tuesdays: 6pm – 8pm
    • Thursdays: 6pm – 8pm
    • Saturdays: 10am – 2pm
  • Upcoming Dates:
    • March 10th – 12th
      • FRC District Tournament at Kettering University
    • March 31st – April 2nd
      • FRC District Tournament at Troy High School

Yearly Activity Cycle

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June to mid-August

During the summer our students have the opportunity to work on special projects and participate in service projects in the community.

September – November

Oakland County Competitive Robotics Association offers a competition league in the fall. This is very much the student’s robot.


January – April

Students in grades 9-12 participate in FIRST ROBOTICS CHALLENGE. For most students, this IS robotics!

Sponsorship

Students are not required to participate in all of the available “seasons”. However, since sponsorships account for all of our budget, all students are required to participate in activities designed to retain and acquire sponsors. This activity typically occurs during the summer.

More than a Robot

We need students that are looking for opportunities in marketing and business.

  • Keep the website and social media accounts current and buzzing.
  • Create newsletters for our sponsors.
  • Create graphics to create a great image for the robot.
  • Recruit new students, mentors and sponsors.
  • Plan service projects and events.
  • Apply for awards.

Coaches

Dave Andrews

Recently Completed Activities

2016 frc msc

Student Only Built Robot (OCCRA)

Oakland County Competitive Robot Association (OCCRA) Tournaments
Meeting Times and Signup


!!! THANK YOU, SPONSORS !!!

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