Team 230, The Gaelhawks
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The Shelton High School robotics team will participate in the New England District Waterbury Competition this weekend at Wilby High School in Waterbury. Shelton-RoboticsGaelhawksThe SHS Gaelhawks will compete against high school teams from Connecticut, Rhode Island and New Jersey in an attempt to qualify for the New England District Championship in Worcester, Mass. The SHS team is reigning New England District champions. Team robot for this year is Talon XVI, described as a fantastic... Read More
SHELTON-Fifty of the states top teams involving more than 500 middle school students from across the state will compete Sunday in the Ct. FIRST Lego League State Robotics championship beginning at 9 a.m. The champion will represent the state in April at the annual First Lego League World Festival in St. Louis, Mo. The competition requires students to design, build and program robots using LEGO parts, motors and controllers to perform tasks that must be performed under a time limit. Additionally... Read More
It has been an amazing year for Shelton Robotics! The Shelton High School Robotics team had much success as the FRC Groton District Champions, New England Regional FRC Champions, & Curie Division tournament competitors in the FIRST World Championship FRC event in St. Louis, MO. The Shelton Middle School Robotics Program has also had great success! The Perry Hill Dominators... Read More
Shelton High School robotics team takes home the gold
The team kicked-off the 2014 season January 4 in the high school technology room. Within the next six weeks the team faced the challenge of building and programming their robot to compete against teams from the New England Region. The Gealhawk robot Talon XV was built and operated by students from the SHS Robotics Team with the assistance of teachers and mentors from Sikorsky, OEM Controls, and United Technology Corporation. The Gaelhawks... Read More
The Shelton High School Robotics team was recently recognized as the Tournament Champions at the first ever New England FIRST Robotics Regional Championship held at Agganis Arena in Boston, MA on April 10-12th, 2014. SHS Robotics Team #230 The Gaelhawks, sponsored by UTC Sikorsky, Boeing, Pitney Bowes, OEM Controls, Intuitive Surgical, Haydon Kerk and Shelton High School partnered with teams #177 the Bobcats from South Windsor, CT & team #4055 NRG from Winsted, CT to take home... Read More
The Shelton High School robotics team was recognized as the tournament champions at the Groton NE FIRST Robotics District Competition earlier this month. SHS Robotics Team No. 230 The Gaelhawks, partnered with teams No. 1991 The Dragons from Hartford and No. 1699 The Robocats from Colchester to take home the district championship banner after two days of competition. The two-day competition featured 32 teams from Connecticut,... Read More
The Shelton High School FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Team, the Gaelhawks, kicked-off the 2014 season last Saturday, January 4, in the high school technology room. Following an energized welcoming speech from our team coordinator, Mr. Niski, the team tuned in to the NASA webcast in which this year's game challenge was announced and the room was filled with anticipation. Everyone in the room was on the edge of their seat. Finally, the name was broadcasted... Read More
The Hardest Fun youll ever have!
A team of 6th grade students from Perry Hill School in Shelton won the Connecticut State FIRST Lego League (FLL) Robotics Competition on Saturday, December 7, 2013. The competition was held at Central Connecticut State University and was host to 51 qualifying teams from across the state.
The Perry Hill Dominators (PhDs) is made up of the following students: Jake Daxner, Justin Gidwani, Siddharth Jain, Keegan McDonough, Amelia Nankervis, David Niski,... Read More
Photo:Jacob Cyrgalis, left, and Francis Jones of the Perry Hill Predators with a Lego robot built by a fellow team member during the first Circus Robotix Lego robotics qualifying tournament at Shelton High School. Jacob and Francis are fifth-grade students at Perry Hill.
Mark Holden, Board of Education chairman, said Shelton is building a reputation for its robotics abilities on a statewide basis. I wish they had something like this when I was in school, Holden said. I think of it as... Read More