Robotics Engineering



Grades 6-9 Co-ed Robotics Engineering (In-Person)

June 21 through July 2, 2021

9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.



This STEM Academy-Interactive experience is led by top notch Jesuit High School and St. Francis High School students (with full adult supervision.)

In Robotics Engineering, students will dive into the fundamentals of robotics principles and design techniques. From engaging lectures to hands-on build activities, students will develop a complex robot with advanced mobility and movement by the end of the course. Students will dive into the three main sections of robotics: mechanics, programming, and electronics. Students will learn programming in C++ through the Arduino IDE by creating flowcharts, examining pre-written mobility code, and then developing new solutions to design new and improved code. Students will learn mechanical build and physics techniques to construct the robot. Lastly, they will use electrical engineering principles to explore circuits, soldering, electrical boards, pins, and wirings.