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TCA Robotics Team Head To Nationals

Updated: Apr 13, 2022

April 5, 2022

Team 21842 Robo Revelator members Giovanni, PJ, Chaydon, Dustin, Christian, Edward, Gael, Jonathon, Xavier, Izaac, and Ayden

Team 218412 Robo Revelators won the Champion’s Award at the Adventist Robotics Carolina Qualifying Tournament, which recognizes a team “that embodies the FIRST LEGO League experience, by fully embracing our Core Values while achieving excellence and innovation in both the Robot Game and Project.”

The robotics club is part of an international program for fourth through eighth graders. The program has three parts: Project, where the team must come up with solutions to challenges that FLL presents; Core Values, where the judges look at how teams work together to solve the problems and how they show good sportsmanship; and Robot Design, which is the actual robot portion where students program and build a robot to complete missions on a board.

Team coach Cole Haynes is extremely proud of the team and their dedication to the program.

“I am so excited to be at regionals,” Cole said. “This team have been working so hard. The dedication that they have shown is exactly why they are moving on to Nationals in Orlando in May.”

The team started a GoFundMe fundraiser to help the team get to Nationals.

This is the first time a TCA Team has been selected to compete at Nationals and we are very proud of them. We wish our students all the best. Go #wearetca.

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