Honoring Student Achievement in Robotics

The 2012 FIRST in Hawaii Regional Robotics Competition concludes.

Robotics engages students in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and provides them with the teamwork, critical thinking and problem- solving skills they need to compete in the 21st century workplace.

After an exhilirating three rounds in the finals of the 2012 FIRST in Hawaii Regional Robotics Competition, the Red Alliance consisting of Waialua High School (Oahu), Baldwin High School (Maui) and Island Pacific Academy (Oahu) outscored the Blue Alliance consisting of Punahou School (Oahu), West Hawaii Exploratory Academy (Big Island) and McKinley High School (Oahu) with a score of 48 to 41.

We would like to say Congratulations to all of the teams that participated in the competition! Always remember, “There is no substitute for hard work.” -Thomas Edison

To read more about the 2012 FIRST in Hawaii Regional Robotics Competition click here.