La Jolla High’s Robotics Team heading for championship

La Jolla High’s Robotics Team is heading to the FIRST World Championship later this month after capturing the regional title in Las Vegas.

The undefeated team also won the Industrial Design Award for outstandinguse of materials and functional design. The club needs to raise about 20,000 to cover the $5,000 entry fee and travel expenses. To help, contact

For more on the team, watch next week’s Light.

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Posted by Staff on Apr 12, 2011. Filed under News, Schools. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

1 Comment for “
La Jolla High’s Robotics Team heading for championship

  1. lynn

    These kids are "playing" and developing a love for science, engineering and technology, fields important to the future of our nation and our world. Let's show them our support as they excel.

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