• "To create a world where science and technology are celebrated... where young people dream of becoming science and technology heroes..." ~Dean Kamen, Founder of FIRST, For Inspiration and Recognition in Science and Technology

    Loveland High Robotics Mission Statement

    To teach students technology and engineering concepts through participation in the FIRST robotics competition, to have a positive impact on the community, and to practice the FIRST ideals of gracious professionalism, teamwork, and innovation.

    LHR's Goals  

    Promote life skills: teamwork, creative problem solving, academic responsibility, time management, personal accountability, business management, and community involvement. Teach design, engineering, programming, and manufacturing skills and introduce students to careers in math and science and involve mentors from the professional community. Attend and effectively compete at the Colorado regional and Atlanta international competitions, providing students the opportunity to share and assimilate technological ideas with students from around the world.

    Honors: 2006 Xerox Creativity Award (Denver Regional), 2006 Denver Regional Champions  

    Meetings

    The Loveland High Robotics team meets every Wednesday and Thursday after school in room 204/206. Please come check us out: we are always looking for more members. We will provide training in how to operate machinery and other tools to create small VEX robots in the Fall and our large FRC robot in late Winter-Spring. We also pride ourselves in our skilled programming team and our creative publicists. We have a job for everyone.

    The Encyclopedia Galactica defines a robot as a mechanical apparatus designed to do the work of a man. The Marketing Division of the Sirius Cybernetics Corporation defines a robot as "Your plastic pal who's fun to be with."

    Visit us at: http://robotics.lovelandhs.org/

    The greatest danger for most of us is not that we aim too high and we miss it, but we aim too low and reach it.

    - Michelangelo