We are Warrior Robotics
Team 2503 is apart of the FIRST Robotics program. Since 2008 our Warrior Robotics team has been developed to inspire students to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership. Our meetings take place after school in which our students learn many skills while working with a variety of mentors from industries in and around our community. The Robotics competition is set up in a 3 on 3 format in which teams never know who their partners will be for each round leading up to the championships. This means that if another robot goes down, your responsibility as a team is to do whatever you can to get them going again. Team members communicate with other teams and come up with ways to win their round. Wins and losses become important for the championship seating. To see students from other schools working together also is an example of a positive skill being learned by FIRST teams and their student members.
The Duluth Entertainment & Convention Center is the place regionals for the Upper MidWest division of FIRST is being held. Along with our team, 123 other teams from Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa will be attending this competition! This is one of the largest FIRST events under one roof outside of the Championships!
***The Duluth Regionals will not be held in 2021 due to COVID 19***
Robotics Competition 2021
For the 2021 season, teams have the option to engage in several ways: The Game Design Challenge where students make their own FIRST game that will be used in the future, INFINITE RECHARGE at Home where students will compete in five mini games based on the titular 2020 game, and the FIRST Innovation Challenge presented by Qualcomm where students will come up with solutions to world problems by using their knowledge in technology and design. Alongside traditional submitted awards, teams have the option to participate in as many of the challenges as they choose.