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Welcome to the Loveland High Robotics website. We are the Team 1977 Power Squids. This website is still a work in progress, but is being continuously updated. 

At Loveland High Robotics, our mission is to propagate the principles of technology and engineering through active participation in the FIRST Robotics Competition as well as creating an environment that promotes a positive impact on both the community and students both old and new while also inspiring the ideals of gracious professionalism, teamwork, innovation, and STEM education.

Summer Camp

LHS Robotics will be hosting summer camp classes for elementary and middle school students. They will be offered as part of the Thompson School District STEMS camp. We will have two different level classes offered each week. We hope you will join us!

Where: Walt Clark Middle School

When: Week 1: June 5 - 9 

Week 2: June 12  - 16 

Cost: $185 per week per student

Time: 9 am - 3:00 pm with a half hour lunch.

Robotics Summer Camp – Intro to Vex Robotics - Elementary 4 th and 5 th grade

2017 Robotics Competition Information

Submitted by Hunter O. on Mon, 01/09/2017 - 14:30

The 2017 FRC game, FIRST Steamworks, has been announced and build season has begun. Teams are tasked to dump "fuel" (whiffle balls) into a boiler and bring gear to the base of the airship to start the rotors turning. At the end of the match, robots can attempt to climb up a rope and position themselves to be ready for takeoff. To prepare for this compeition there are many useful resources team members can use.

Robotics Competition Kickoff

Submitted by Hunter O. on Thu, 12/15/2016 - 16:14

This year's First Robotics Competition will be announced on Saturday January 7, 2017. We will be celebrating kickoff and preparing for the bulk of our work on that day. After this, our team will have six weeks to build a robot before we have to bag it for the competition. During these six weeks of build season we will need parent volunteers to help us as well as food and snacks for all the hard-working students. All students taking robotics should be at the competition kickoff unless they have a conflict of schedule or cannot make it for another important reason.