Robotics

The Robotics Academy inspires a passion for learning through science, technology and robotics by training innovative and outstanding young people, through critical thinking and inquiry, strengthening collaborative work.

During the academic year students develop the design, construction, programming, and manipulation of robotic prototypes through annual challenges and competitions whilst working in a collaborative environment.

Our Robotics teacher, certified by Carnegie Mellon University, inspires students through the use of the VEX Robotics design system and great emphasis on STEM principles.

The purpose of the Academy is to help foster a generation by giving them the best tools (collaborative work, community input, programming, digital design, construction and manipulation), taking their skills, passions and possibilities to the extreme, for high performance in local, regional, national and international participations that the VEX platform organizes each year with specific challenges.

ACHIEVEMENTS, PARTICIPATIONS AND AWARDS

-Exhibition of robotic prototypes for Primary and Middle School categories in Plaza Galerias

  • Exhibition of robotic prototypes, in Plaza Ambar Fashion Mall
  • Participation in the Pre-National Mesoamerican Robotics contest «Nothing but Net» 2015-2016.

Tapachula Polytechnic University, Chiapas

«Honorable Mention for first participation.»

  • Participation in the Pre-National Mesoamerican Robotics contest «Startrucks»

2016-2017.

Polytechnic University of Cancun, Quintana Roo.

«Acknowledgment of Participation»

  • Participation in the Regional Robotics contest «In the zone» Middle and High School category 2017-2018.

Colegio de Bachilleres de Chiapas

Quarterfinal classification and Third place regionally

 

  • Participation in the Pre-National Robotics contest «in the zone» for the categories Primary, Middle, High School and «Crossover» 2017-2018.

Tapachula Polytechnic University, Chiapas

Semifinals classification and fourth place qualification

 

  • Participation in the National Robotics «In the zone» contest for Primary, Middle and High School categories 2017-2018.

Technological University of Guanajuato

Semifinals classification and ticket to the World Cup»

 

  • World Robotics Participation “In the zone” contest for Middle and High school categories 2017-2018.

Louisville Kentucky, United States.

«Mexican Robotics Team at the 2018 World Cup»

 

  • Participation in the Regional Robotics «Turning point» Middle and High School categories, «Next Level» Primary category. 2018-2019.

Technological Institute of Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas.

Second place in Regional and First place in programming

 

  • Participation in the Pre-National Robotics «Turning point» event at Middle and High School category, «Next level» primary category. 2018-2019.
    American School Foundation of Chiapas. A. C.

“First Place of  Pre-National Robotics ”

 

  • Participation in the 1st International Robotics Tournament «Turning point» for Middle and High School categories, «Next Level» primary category. 2018-2019. Technological University of Cancun

Third place in the tournament

 

  • Participation in the National Robotics «Turning point» event, Middle and High School category, «Next level» primary category. 2018-2019.

Polytechnic University of Cancun, Quintana Roo.

“Classification to the semifinals. Best National Driver and Ticket to the World Cup”

 

  • World Participation and Robotics «Turning point» event for Middle and High School categories 2018-2019.

Louisville Kentucky, United States.

«Mexican Robotics Team at the 2019 World Cup»

 

  • Participation 2nd International Robotics Tournament “Tower takeover” Middle and High School categories 2019-2020.

Technological University of Cancun

Third place in the International Tournament

  • Participation in the National Robotics «Tower Takeover» event Middle and High School category 2019-2020.

Technological University of Tijuana, BC.

Third National Place

 

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