Photo courtesy Clint ISD
Last weekend, four area schools left Mountain View High School with a shot at the CREATE U.S. Open state/regional championship.
Clint ISD’s Mountain View High hosted 19 area schools – 11 High Schools, 8 middle schools – for a VEX Robotics Competition on Saturday, November 16, 2019.
Thirty teams from area high schools challenged one another in the VEX Robotics Competition, Tower Takeover, and 24 middle teams competed in the VEX IQ Challenge, Squared Away.
When the robotic dust settled, Hanks HS, Harmony, Ysleta HS, and Clint HS all punched their ticket to the next round.
“The VEX Robotics Competition not only prepares students to become future innovators, students also hone their engineering skills as well as learn teamwork, communication, project management and critical thinking,” Clint ISD officials shared.
The VEX Robotics Competition, presented by the Robotics Education and Competition Foundation, is an exciting engineering challenge where students build innovative robots and compete throughout the year.