• City Sharper EV3 Crane Built out of Black, Blue and Yellow Legos


    Due to Covid 19, our Robotics Academic Club is on hold until further notice.

    Thank you for your understanding.


    Our Robotics Academic Club introduces younger students to real-world engineering challenges by building LEGO-based robots to complete tasks on a thematic playing surface.  The Robotics teams, guided by their imaginations and parent volunteer coaches, discover exciting career possibilities and, through the process, learn to make positive contributions to society. 

    Elementary Students will:

    • Design, build, test and program robots using LEGO MINDSTORMS® technology
    • Apply real-world math and science concepts and research challenges facing today’s scientists
    • Learn critical thinking, team-building and presentation skills 
    • Participate in an end of the session tournament

    Robotics Club Tournament

    We conducted our 1st Annual Robotics Club Tournament on Saturday, February 15th at Solana Pacific!

    Robotics Club Teams from Solana Pacific and Skyline Elementary went Head to Head in our First Annual Robotics Club Tournament.  

    All seven of teams learned, built, and practiced for months on programming an EV3 Robot and prepared them to move across a Robotics table, while completing several tasks and challenges.

    Thanks to all that attended this fabulous event!


    Gray, Black and Red EV3 Robot



  • Robotics Club Tournament Results


    All of our Robotics Club Teams did a wonderful job at our 1st Annual Robotics Club Tournament.  We want to applaud each and every one of our students and teams for working hard each week and having fun while doing it.  

    We also want to recognize our 1st Annual Robotics Club Tournament Winners:


    First Place: My Dog Ate My Software

    Second Place: The Bricks

    Third Place: OP Awesome Coders


    Once again, congrats to all of our teams that participated in this years Robotics Club Tournament!


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  • Robotics is offered at the following Schools:

    Solana Pacific


    For more information regarding Robotics at your school site, please contact:

     Solana Pacific: Tiffany Baker

    Skyline: Daniela Escalera