2016 Waterloo Regional
From March 30th - April 2nd, Renaissance Robotics traveled to the highly competitive Waterloo Regional with 29 other teams from around North America. We made it to the quarter-finals, losing to the champion alliance.
During the Friday award ceremony, we won our fourth Imagery Award in honor of Jack Kamen. On Saturday night, our very own Cameron Douglas won the FIRST Dean's List Finalist Award. This celebrates and recognizes the contribution to FIRST and encourages him to continue in the community of FIRST.
More highlights of the weekend were the overwhelming success of our Google Cardboard robot and sharing our second edition of our FRC TCG .
2016 GREATER TORONTO EAST REGIONAL CHAIRMAN'S AWARD WINNERS
On Saturday March 12th at the GTRE we were the winners of the very prestigious Chairman's Award. This award celebrates our team for staying true the message of FIRST and being a team for others to emulate.
This means that we have qualified for the World Championships in St. Louis on April 27 - 30! Thank you to all of our sponsors, supporters, families and robotics friends we made along the way! We couldn't have done it without you! We are looking forward to representing all of you on the world stage!
If you would like to contribute to our championship fund to help cover our registration and travel costs please click here.
WELCOME! We are a High School Robotics team from St. Joseph's Catholic High School located in St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada.
Team 4525, Renaissance Robotics, provides the opportunity for students to learn about science, technology, engineering, art and math in a real-world problem solving setting.
The team exists as part of "FIRST ROBOTICS COMPETITION" (FRC) and is supported entirely by community sponsorship and mentors who generously give our team their time and resources so that our 50+ student team can be part of FIRST each year.
FIRST - For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology is a multi-national organization that promotes teamwork, professionalism and collaboration among students and engineers. FIRST helps students to learn about science and technology though robotics competitions. The guiding principle behind FIRST lies in "Gracious Professionalism" which is at the heart of each team that takes part.. READ MORE