We are a Farmington Public School's United Robotics Team for all 9th - 12th grade students. Our team consist of members from Farmington High School, North Farmington High School, Harrison High School and Farmington Central High School. Through competing in FRC® competitions, we strive to gain STEM and leadership experience, along with giving back to our community.
To inspire, empower and create a bridge between school and the corporate world by building essential leadership skills and providing hands on experience in STEM via FIRST®.
A community focused on improving the future through STEM exposure at an early age.
The mission of FIRST is to inspire young people 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.
On Saturday, November 11th the girls on the 3414 Hackbots robotics team were preparing for their robotics competition against the other robotics teams in Michigan. The drive team consisted of Emma W. (junior) , Sami D. (senior), Hannah H. (senior) ,Maddy F (freshman). and Catherine L. The drive team maintained a high energy throughout the entire competition. The Hackbots won their 6 qualifying matches. Spirits were high and the energy in the audience was extremely positive. The team cheered, danced, and helped other teams, making sure to show gracious professionalism throughout the day. The team placed second in qualifiers and was the 2nd alliance captain with Adambots (245), Foley Freeze (910), and Rat Pack (830). Unfortunately, the team lost in the quarter-finals. However the girls competition was a great learning experience for all. GO LADY HACKBOTS!!!