The Titan Robotics Club is a middle and high school robotics program at the International School in Bellevue, Washington. We aim to spread awareness and raise interest within our school and our community about robotics and the programs of FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology). As part of the annual FIRST Robotics Compeition, FIRST Tech Challenge and FIRST Lego League, our team of over 60 students work with field professionals and adult mentors to earn valuable life experience with robotics, technology and science. You can learn more about our programs as well as FIRST by selecting each from the above navigation bar.



Our latest announcements:

Summer Activities

We may be offering free educational services this summer including Computer Aided Design (CAD), programming, robot design, and media. Anyone is welcome to attend. Please look out for more info, no day or time has been set yet.

Summer Camp 2012 - Around the World!

This year's summer camp registration is now live! simply click on the Summer Camp 2012 link on the top menu bar, read through, and register!

End of Year Banquet

Our dearest members, mentors, familiy and friends, and irreplacable sponsors,(we love you all!)
Our annual End-of-Year Banquet this year will be held

June 15th 6:00pm - 8:00pm at International School

This Year, we're combining our banquet to include FRC, FTC and FLL. It's going to be a party and a blast!

It will be potluck style, and we do need people to bring in delicious food(since we're not magical chefs).

Please do sign up to bring dishes HERE


Home Sweet Home

Well, it sure has been a crazy trip to St. Louis, not to mention that tornado we survived!

The TRC performed extraordinarily well! We were the only Team on Galileo to remain undefeated after all 9 qualification matches with a record of 8(W)0(L)1(T)! We were the #2 Seed on Galileo, 2nd only to team 33 the Killer Bees by two Coopertition Points!

Unfortunately we were defeated in the quarter finals on Galileo, ending our amazing trip there. We were not able to top our 2005 record of being finalists on Galileo, but to be able to make it this far was already amazing!

Our great friends from our winning alliance back here in Seattle, 2046 and 2471, both made it to elimination rounds as well on Newton and Curie. Congratulations to them!

St. Louis, we'll see you next year!

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