The Neon Jets is a student led technical education group specializing in robotics.

The Neon Jets attempts to instill the skills of tomorrow in the students of today.

Participants are taught in high end specialized skills in

Design and Programming

We give members real world working experience

Ingenuity is essential in the NEON JETS and members

Learn how to solve problems with creative solutions!

Students learn how to lead in a working

Environment, and how to collaborate with a group

The Neon Jets meets, competes, and collaborates

With fellow robotics teams from around the State

To around the World with FIRST Robotics!

All Participants of the NEON JETS gain valuable

Technical training, learning in the fields of

Mechanical and Electrical engineering!

Our Vision.

Our vision for the Neon Jets robotics team is to create a more educated community by giving high school students skills in technical education fields. We are striving to enrich our community by giving the future of our community talents which are applicable to tomorrow's work opportunities. The Neon Jets applies real-world skills to a real-world environment, creating an atmosphere of ingenuity and creative thinking among our participants which will stay with them their entire lives. Being a member of first robotics conference opens up communication and relations between individuals and teams throughout the state, and throughout the world. We cooperate with and compete against over 10,000 teams throughout the world. This opens up new future opportunities to members of our team.

What We Do


The Neon Jets is a member of FIRST ROBOTICS. FIRST robotics competition is a competitive conference with over 10,000 teams throughout the world. Every year FIRST robotics creates games in which all teams participate in, and are given explicit set of rules and basic materials which are equal to each and every team. The Neon Jets will then have two months to build a fully functional robot to compete in that year's game against other teams. The team is entirely student-led, from the design process, through building, and into competition, with minimal adult interference. This teaches our participants how to solve real-world problems in order to compete effect first row products competition environment.