Our Robotics Program
The Heritage Robotics program currently spans 5th - 12th grade.
10 elementary school teams (grade 5)
9 middle school teams (grades 6-8)
7 high school teams (grades 9-12)
*** 100+ students involved ***
In addition to learning valuable engineering and programming skills, these robotics students focus on innovation, collaboration, project management, and critical thinking skills.
The HCS Robotics "Win"
Over the past several years, our Robotics program has earned a well-respected place in the city and state for the success of our teams.
Although our teams have been very successful in competitions, Heritage Christian Robotics strives to emphasize the "win" of growth in students, not just the "win" of trophies.
That dedication to the students' growth has helped them achieve numerous championships.
Heritage Robotics Achievements
- 2022 Championships
- 2021 Championships
- 2020 Championships
- 2019 Championships
- 2018 Championships
- 2017 Championships
- 2016 Championships
- 2015 Championships
About VEX & VEX IQ Robotics
Our elementary and middle school robotics teams participate in the VEX IQ Robotics platform.
Our high school teams participate in the VEX Robotics platform.
VEX Robotics is the largest and fastest growing school robotics program globally. Their program involves more than 12,000 teams from over 33 countries playing in over 1,000 tournaments worldwide.
Each year in April, an exciting engineering challenge is presented in the form of a game.
(Watch the videos below for this year's VEX and VEX IQ challenges).
Each team must decide how to design and program their robot to successfully score the most points in these games throughout year-round competitions.
Our students agree that they love the energy and excitement at these competitions and strive each year to compete with excellence in hopes of qualifying for state, national, and even world championships!
These VEX Robotics competitions are a great way to encourage students to become future innovators with 95% of VEX/VEX IQ participants reporting an increased interest in STEM subject areas and pursuing STEM-related careers.