Thanks so much to We Love Ann Arbor for featuring our team captain in an excellent article about our team and Skyline Robotics! Make sure to give it a read to hear Izzie’s thoughts about our team and female representation within robotics.
Our Skyline Robotics Modules have begun! From 6:30-8:00 Our Mechanical design, Business, and Programming modules meet on Tuesday and Mechanical design, Business, Electrical, and Fabrication meet on Thursdays. Students are encouraged to come to these meetings and get a sense for what part of Robotics they’re interested in. Here’s what you can look to see… Read more
School is back and that means MORE ROBOTICS! First off, don’t miss our Parent-Student Kickoff Meeting, coming up Wednesday, Sept. 20th, 6:30-8 PM in the DTEP Lab (B206) at Skyline! Prospective students & families welcome! All team members are required to attend with a parent. Also, we’re headed to Kettering University in Flint for the… Read more
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Last week we elected our new team captains! Camber H. Camber is a senior and a returning captain from last year! Camber loves space, karate, and robots. She started out with programming and electrical. One day, she hopes to become an astronaut. Tao C. Tao is another one of our senior captains. He was the… Read more
The team was just finished Southfield where we did fairly well. Unfortunately, our shooter malfunctioned and didn’t work but we fixed the issue. We are now working hard to prepare for out turn at hosting a competition at Skyline. Since the competition is during Spring Break, we’ll have the whole school. This means YOU must… Read more
The robot is done! Well…. almost. It’s time for Southfield and we have used four out of our six hours on it so far. The robot is a fine piece of machinery that probably won’t catch on fire. This year we didn’t get a gyro, so (hopefully) the robot won’t spin out of control. On… Read more