• FTC Robotics

    Students are given the opportunity to compete with other students using robots to complete tasks and manipulate objects on a closed course. Teams include coaches, programmers, and builders. A variety of computer programming languages can be used to control the robots.

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  • FTC Robotics

    Students are given the opportunity to compete with other students using robots to complete tasks and manipulate objects on a closed course. Teams include coaches, programmers, and builders. A variety of computer programming languages can be used to control the robots.

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  • FTC Robotics

    Students are given the opportunity to compete with other students using robots to complete tasks and manipulate objects on a closed course. Teams include coaches, programmers, and builders. A variety of computer programming languages can be used to control the robots.

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  • FTC Robotics

    Students are given the opportunity to compete with other students using robots to complete tasks and manipulate objects on a closed course. Teams include coaches, programmers, and builders. A variety of computer programming languages can be used to control the robots.

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  • FTC Robotics

    Students are given the opportunity to compete with other students using robots to complete tasks and manipulate objects on a closed course. Teams include coaches, programmers, and builders. A variety of computer programming languages can be used to control the robots.

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  • FTC Robotics

    Students are given the opportunity to compete with other students using robots to complete tasks and manipulate objects on a closed course. Teams include coaches, programmers, and builders. A variety of computer programming languages can be used to control the robots.

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  • FTC Robotics

    Students are given the opportunity to compete with other students using robots to complete tasks and manipulate objects on a closed course. Teams include coaches, programmers, and builders. A variety of computer programming languages can be used to control the robots.

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  • T-Shirt Launcher

    Students are given the opportunity to invest time in their own design and explore career opportunity outside of traditional avenues.

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  • Quadcopter

    Students are given the opportunity to invest time in their own design and explore career opportunity outside of traditional avenues.

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  • Scale Model

    Students built a scale model to represent their vision.

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  • Skate Park

    Students designed Monterrey Skate Park and presented their design to the community and a panel of judges.

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  • Data Analysis

    Student use a temperature probe and a prototype to test their design and gather data.

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  • Clothing that warms the heart

    Students wanted to keep warm on a cold December day. So they made a jacket to help.

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  • Custom-Made Computers

    Students wanted to improve the computers at STEM so they planned it and proposed it to the community and a panel of judges.

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  • Multi use Furniture

    Students conceived furniture with more than one use and presented to a panel of judges.

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  • Wheelchair Escalator

    Students designed and proposed a wheelchair escalator to the community and a panel of judges.

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  • Students help the community

    Students proposed an escalator for wheelchairs.

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  • A students project in 3-Dimensions

    Here are drawings and the printed part.

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  • Making the frame

    Here the 3D printed pieces are assembled for a students project.

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  • 3D Printed parts

    Student are given the opportunity as upper classmen to choose projects to design in 3-Dimensions and then print on a 3D printer.

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  • Nose cone

    Here is a nose cone for a blimp designed by a Toltech student.

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