Archbishop Wood HS Robotics

Team 2607 Advances to 2015 First Robotics World Championship, April 22-25, 2015, St. Louis, MO

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Congratulations to team 2607 who not only qualified for the 2015 FRC World Championship but ranked as a Quarter Finalist. We ended our season ranked 72 out of 2872 teams (top 2.5% in the world) and had the 4th best end-of-season ranking in the Mid-Atlantic Region. What an accomplishment! We are so proud of the students and adult mentors who put in countless hours to compete at this level. The RoboVikings did kick bot!!

Our Story

Archbishop Wood High School Robotics was founded as an extracurricular activity for students and adults in November 2006.  The program is many faceted and draws in not only the “techies” and science buffs but also the athletes, artists, and business entrepreneurs.  Since it’s founding, the team has soared to local, state-wide, and world-wide recognition.  The team participates in local and state competitions during its regular competition season from January through April, as well as off-season competitions from June through November.  2014 was one of our most successful ranking 2nd offensively in the Tri-state region and 113th world-wide out of 2729 teams.  The team attended our 1st out of state invitational competition in Richmond VA and won undefeated.  This qualified us for the World Robotics competition in St. Louis, MO.