Coyote Robotics Teams Excel at Regional Championship

Coyote Robotics TeamsSaturday, February 12, at University Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, the two GW Community School/Coyote Robotics Teams competed in a field the top 48 teams in Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia.


Team Qualifies for FTC Regional Championship!

Robotics 042Saturday, Jan. 22, two robotics teams from GW Community & Coyote Robotics competed in the FTC Northern Virginia Qualifier Tournament against 23 other teams from Virginia, West Virginia, and DC.  It was an exciting event due to its close proximity at nearby NVCC-Annandale.  A special thanks to all those students, parents and friends who came by to support us on the closest thing we have to a “home” field.


Coyote Robotics is hosting a Summer Robotics Camp

Coyote Robotics is working with the GW Community School to offer a robotics summer camp. robotc

Session I: July 11 - 22, 2011
ROBOTC for Lego™ Mindstorms™
Mon – Fri from 9:00 am - 2:30 pm

Session II: August 1 - 12, 2011
ROBOTC for Tetrix™
(Pre-requisite: Session I or permission from instructor)
Mon – Fri from 9:00 am - 2:30 pm

Industry-Standard C Programming
Task Analysis
Time and Project Management
Team Work
Positive Competition
Real-World Problem Solving
Proficiency in Programming & Mechanics
Effective Communication

•   Experience the wonder and excitement of designing and programming robots in a collegial environment
•   Camps taught by Gary Lindner, coach of state co-champion robotics team and GWCS faculty member
•   Curriculum designed by the Robotics Academy at Carnegie Mellon University
•   Class size is limited to 10 – rising 9th thru 12th grade
•   Each student receives a lap top computer to use
•   Two – three students per robot

Space is Limited, Register Now
> Registration Form
> Robotics Camp Flyer
Print, complete, and mail registration form to:
GW Community School
9001 Braddock Road, Suite 111
Springfield, VA  22151

Team 3749 going to World Championship

We are in! Coyote Robotics is proud and excited to announce that our Team 3749, Lambkins, has received an invitation to the FIRST Tech Challenge World Championship Tournament in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta April 14-17, 2010.


Coyote Robotics would like to thank our sponsors for their gracious support of our team:

About Coyote Robotics

Coyote Robotics is a non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring students to follow careers in math, science, and technology through the fun and engaging FIRST Tech Challenge robotics competition.
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