If you’re not able to make it out to Las Vegas, you can stream the entire competition via The Blue Alliance here! Thanks, as always, for supporting the Friarbots!
We are hosting an open house of our new facilities! The open house will be this Friday, February 28 from 3pm until 5pm. This event is open to all students, faculty, family, friends, and community. We will be giving student-led tours of our new house, workshop, and practice field. We hope to see you all there!
Our address is
934 N Keystone St.
Anaheim, Ca 92801
Hey Middle-Schoolers! Thanks for your interest in our workshop. Click this link to view our flyer for the event: Middle School Workshop Flyer 2013.
The event will begin in the Physics Room, Room 703, at the southwest corner of Servite High School. Please register here before attending so we can estimate the number of participants: Click here to sign up! The event is open so feel free to spread the word about the event. We hope to see you there!
The Friarbots are a robotics team focused on building the next generation of leaders in the fields of engineering and business. We were founded at Servite in 2009 and have since expanded to be a tri-school team consisting of Servite, Rosary, and Connelly High Schools.
Explore your interests or learn something new! No experience required. Learn more about the team at www.team3309.org/about.
We finished our season last weekend in Las Vegas, and it was amazing. A very special thanks to our alliance partners 341 and 3366. We were lucky to build such an incredible alliance. 341 had an awesome bruiser of a robot and 3366 had autonomous and defensive capabilities. This was the first time that we were an alliance captain, thank you to these teams for making it special. (And how awesome is it that our first pick ever was Miss Daisy?)
Some highlights from Vegas this weekend:
- Ranked 5th out of 47 after qualification rounds – Friarbots’ first ever finish in the elite top 8
- Helped set the match high score for the weekend (188)
- Highest total climbing points of any robot in Vegas (330 alliance climb points)
- Given the Innovation in Control Award (sponsored by Rockwell Automation), which “celebrates an innovative control system or application of control components – electrical, mechanical, or software – to provide unique machine functions.”
- Finished as semi-finalists (lost to #1 alliance and eventual champs)
If you want to see some great pictures from Vegas, check out our Facebook Page.