Trinity Robotics is based off of Trinity High School in Manchester, NH.
The Trinity Robotics Team was founded in 1997 by a group of students seeking to gain a head start on an engineering career. Some 18 years later, we are continuing their legacy. The team consists of roughly 25 students with a variety of interests from mechanical engineering to computer science to bio-engineering. Many important experiences are garnered during the years students work together, and accomplish what they set out to do.
The robotics team is an afterschool extracurricular activity at Trinity, which meets twice per week. Yet, students have the option of taking robotics course. Advanced Competitive Science I and ACS II use the Vex Robotics platform to teach basic mechanics and computer programming. The knowledge students gain not helps them compete, but also prepares them for the challenges they will encounter after graduation.