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The journey of senior team 2360N to Worlds was atypical in this shortened season, having competed in only one remote regular season skills tournament that qualified them for the State tournament. Remotely "at" State, 2360N scored 211 out of a possible 252 skills points for 7th place in the state rankings, leading to the Worlds qualification. The team then took a risk in constructing a new, more advanced robot for the Worlds Live Remote Skills (LRS) competition. They fared well, remarkably scoring 182 points with a robot that had been completed days prior to the event.

(Left to Right) Jack Iwinski, Sid Sudhir,
Sean MacDonald, Murtaza Nomani, Sijo Joseph

Freshmen team 2360A inspired countless IPSD 204 elementary school students by creating a student-to-student STEAM workshop through the early part of 2021. This effort was recognized as a recipient the REC's Community Award Online Challenge Presented by Google. As part of this recognition, the team qualified for and participated in Worlds Live Remote Skills (LRS). The team has also been invited to meet with Congress, in a virtual format, to advocate for STEAM education in June.

(Left to Right) Maya Raman, Arva Desai,
Nidhi Thirthamattur, Robert Glenn, Carter Mead


Two teams—2360V and 2360X—participated in the Worlds tournament for 2017-18 in Louisville. Team 2360V included Ayushi Bhawnani, Ashley Duncan, Sara Jiang, Fayha Nazeer, Anushka Parikh, and Clarice Reeves. Team 2360X consisted of Ellie Evans, Safiy Khan, Rohan Sanjay, Andy Song, Frederick Tian, and Geoffrey Tian.


Team 2360N qualified for Worlds during the 2014-15 season, but elected to attend the CREATE US Open with a fellow team instead. We'd love to acknowledge the names of the students on 2360N that year. If you can provide the names, please send to