In Kaiserlautern (Germany), the AFNORTH International School team has won the FTC DODEA Robotics championship today.
Students from 25 different teams all over Europe took on the challenge of designing and building a robot with the ability to construct skyscrapers from Legos. AFNORTH International School Robotics team programmed, fabricated and collaborated on the championship alliance with Gerog-Christoph-Lichtenberg school of Germany and Zurich Highlands School of Switzerland.
In the final match of the 2020 DoDEA-Europe Invitational Robotics tournament, AFNORTH International and Zurich Highlands scored a tournament high of 119 points as the two robots worked in perfect harmony on the challenge course during the autonomous and tele-operated periods.
The AFNORTH International School team of Maxwell Zembower, Connor Horton, Lloyd Scharfenstien, William Leonard, and William Ellis represented our gracious students and wonderful school in this beautiful corner of the Netherlands. The team demonstrated to schools throughout Europe how our outstanding CTE programs at AFNORTH International School are truly impacting STEM/MINT excellence and preparing our students for real world challenges.