Team 1977 from Shiloh High School attended the VEX Robotics World Championship in Dallas, Texas. The VEX Robotics World Championship is a gathering of top robotics teams from around the world to celebrate their accomplishments and compete with/against the best of the best. The 2010 VEX Robotics World Championship includes top teams from approximately 150 VEX Robotics Competition tournaments happening in cities around the world from October 2009 to April 2010. To make the World Championship celebration even more accessible to top performing teams, space has been secured to ensure that each and every winning team from any official VEX Robotics local tournament with 12 teams or more will qualify for the World Championship. Teams will play the game Clean Sweep for the 2009-2010 season.
SHILOH HIGH SCHOOL ROBOTICS TEAM ATTENDS
VEX ROBOTICS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP PLACING 39TH OUT OF
100 ENGINEERING TEAMS
Teams competing included New Zealand, China, Canada, Europe, Japan, Puerto Rico, Columbia, and USA just to name a few. Eight Shiloh High School robotics students accepted the challenge. 400 teams were there from four divisions representing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Shiloh High School was in the Engineering division with a final record of 5 wins placing 39th out of 100 of the best engineering teams.
Congratulations to the following Shiloh robotics students:
Way to go Shiloh High School robotics team!