Team 230, The Gaelhawks
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2014 Game - Aerial Assist
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 you’ll 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 (PhD’s) 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
Justin Dressler, a Shelton High sophomore and member of the school’s robotics team, prepares to catch a Frisbee being tossed by a robotic device built by the team. Read More
The Shelton High School Robotics program is taking part in a fundraising campaign which will provide supporters a chance to have their donated funds to the club matched dollar for dollar.The Valley Community Foundation’s online giving campaign — The Great Give — is Oct. 2-3 and will help area groups and organizations.Supporters may go online to www.thegreatgive2013.org and make a donation to the Shelton High School Robotics Team between -5. Those funds will be matched by the foundation.For... Read More
FIRST Team 230 proudly annoces that Haydon Kerk Divison of Ametek an industry leader in the area of linear motion systems has joined us as a major sponsor for our robotics team. Read More
The Shelton High School Robotics Team, the Gaelhawks, traveled to Hartford, Connecticut to participate in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Connecticut Regional Competition sponsored by United Technologies Corporations (UTC), from March 28-30, at the Connecticut Convention Center. Of the 56 FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) teams participating in the event, the Gaelhawks finished Day 1 of the qualification matches in 19th place. By the end of qualification... Read More
The Shelton High School robotics team, the Gaelhawks, won more than just the hearts of the die-heart robotics fans at the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Connecticut Regional Robotics Competition this year with their "I heart robots" t-shirts and infectious “230 feeling.” Despite their impressive robot performance on the match field, it was not their frisbee-flinging robot or the March Madness that had the hundreds of participants cheering for... Read More
Community support needed to help this award-winning team competeThe Shelton High School Robotics team was recognized as the overall best robotics team at the UTC Connecticut Regional FIRST Robotics Competition held in Hartford March 28 to 30.Team #230 The Gaelhawks, was awarded the chairman’s award for overall excellence. The top award at the competition recognizes achievement in every aspect of team organization.The chairman’s award represents the spirit of FIRST.... Read More
Shelton High School Robotics Team member, Tyler Tallo, was recently awarded the prestigious “Dean’s List Finalist” award at the Connecticut Regional FIRST Robotics Competition. Tyler, a junior at Shelton High School, is a 3 year member of the school’s robotics team. Tyler was selected from over 100 nominations representing 56 teams from across New England. The award is akin to the MVP award for FIRST Robotics. FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science & Technology) created the... Read More