The mission of North High School Robotics Club 2647 is to inspire young leaders in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics), provide an opportunity for students to gain important skills that they would otherwise not have a chance to experience (technical design, computer programming, mechanical and electrical engineering, invention), improve self-confidence, communication skills, critical thinking, and creative innovation within themselves and for their community. It is the “hardest fun” kids could ever have.
Cyborg Mustangs is constantly improving, placing in the quarter finals in the 2013-14 season and reaching the semifinals in 2015, as well as upholding our students' work and behavior to a remarkably high standard. Our team will ensure that students gain a proper education in engineering, mechanics, computers and teamwork that no other program can provide.
Our new mentor, Britny Delp, is a graduate from University of Arizona from 2012 with a B.S in Science Education with a Physics Emphasis. She has completed two summer research internships at National Laboratories: The National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO) in Tuscon, AZ and the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) in Palo Alto, CA. Her favorite topics in physics are circuits and astronomy. She has been teaching physics since 2012 at Fairfax and this is her first year at North High School.