Kennedy Robotics Team 3250 is an after school program dedicated to inspiring younger generations to get involved in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Team 3250 is composed of a small group of high school students who work to design and build an intricate robot designed to perform set tasks. The team has always maintained a mix of ethnicities while the male to female ratio of members on the team has remained, on average, 2:1.
The team gives high school students an opportunity to learn through hands on experience in a variety of areas such as design, fabrication, electrical, computer science, and media production. Every member on the team is dedicated to learning through hard work by working together as a close-knit group.
Kennedy Robotics made it all the way to the final rounds of the annual Chezy Champs in San Jose this weekend. The off-season tournament is known as the “best in the west” of teams and includes three World Champion teams.
Our team performed well in the Qualification rounds, earning the nickname Giant Killer for taking down the two top-ranked team. We faced down the host team in the semi-finals and earned our place in the final round.
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