Congratulations are due to the Culver City High School robotics team, which recently competed in the 2023 World Championships.
“This was a trip of a lifetime for our attending team members and everything went smoothly, we had fun and still laugh and enjoy each other’s company after an exhausting six-day trip,” said Coach David Stout. ” You may be wondering how we did, and the answer is awesome. It wasn’t our performance on the field that mattered, it was about providing life changing opportunities to our students to become the future of our world. We were the kids playing with backyard air powered rockets up against NASA and SpaceX. We knew that going in, and yet made the most of our time.”
Th team’s students and mentors attended 97 workshops, bringing back the knowledge and expertise for the future of the team, and competed in 10 matches against 619 other teams from around the globe.
“We explored scholarships and equipment options at the Innovation Faire and visited various equipment vendors,” Stout said. “In short, we made the most out of what was offered by this event. It is important to understand that we are not just building robots, we are using robots to build our kids.”