Students are provided with a unique opportunity to develop self-confidence, creative thinking, leadership, collaboration and teamwork. Robotics provides you with real-world experiences and robotics club looks great on resumes!
Being part of a FIRST robotics team is fun! You'll gain experiences with many other students with similar interests.
It doesn't matter whether you are experienced with robots or not, you'll gain amazing experiences because your critical thinking, time management and reasoning are tested in a time-critical, team-based environment. You'll be able to carry these skills to college, and robotics club also looks great on college apps.
Steps to Join Spartabots
Please follow the steps below if you'd like to join our robotics club:
- Fill out the club survey (spartabots.org/survey). The survey asks for contact information and (optionally) demographics for grants.
- Print out, fill, and bring the safety/media release form to the next meeting.
- Pay club dues to the bookkeeper. Club dues are $70, and cover the cost of a t-shirt and food during the build season.
- Join our Discord server for team communication: spartabots.org/discord.
- Join our Remind for meeting updates: spartabots.org/remind.
Come in any time!
Feel free to come to any meetings. We strongly recommend you come to at least one meeting per week.
However, we do expect all our members to regularly attend meetings and contribute frequently. We expect all our members to be self-directed, which will enable each member to learn more and contribute to the overall mission and vision of the club.
Membership in our club is not limited to just students. Adult mentors play a huge role in our club, from teaching new skills to ensuring the safety of the students. Mentors are not responsible for building the robots; they are responsible for passing on their knowledge of robotics to the rest of the team and/or supervising the room. They may participate in discussions and strategize with the members, but the goal is that only the students build the essence of the robots.
Mentors may help in any part of the team: build, software, and/or business. The team that each mentor joins depends on the knowledge and experience he/she has.
We welcome mentors of any skill level to join and help our club. The only requirements to become a mentor is that mentors are willing to spend their time helping students explore their interest in the fields of science and technology.
If you're interested in helping mentor our club, please contact [email protected].
Skyline Robotics couldn't exist without the support of our sponsors, who help us in a variety of ways from granting money to donating parts.
If you're interested in helping to sponsor our club, please contact [email protected].
- Skyline High PTSA
- Jimmy Johns
- Trader Joe's
- Papa Johns
- Skyline High PTSA
- TCBY Yougurt
- Papa Johns
- Apple Specialist Store
- Frankie's Pizza
- Uncle's Games
- Paint Away
- Red Mango
- Cassiope Games
The Spartabots is a non-profit organization that requires support from various sponsors to pursue its goals. You can help us achieve them! Please consider helping us continue spreading STEM interests by putting in a donation.
To donate, please send us an email to [email protected].