Not Just Robotics
Our program tirelessly demonstrates to students what hard work, dedication, grit, and passion can do. Students learn technical skills that enable them to go from concept to a finished product.
Student leaders, under the guidance of adult mentors, develop a range of practical skill sets, including effective communication, marketing and teamwork, software and hardware design, and engineering principles.
We reach out into our community through in-school demonstrations and STEM events to educate students on the many opportunities that are available to them before they make a career decision.
Robotics: New Trend in High School Sports
We participate in a program known as FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC). We design, build, test, and compete using 120-pound robots.
Innovation is in the Air
Mobility PowerWheels for the Cherokee County School District
A collaborative effort between Firestorm Robotics and Ms. Deneka's class at the ET Booth Middle School. They are ride-on cars modified for kids with disabilities.
A new robotics and automation module for the Be Pro Be Proud Georgia done by Firestorm students with support from Automation Direct and Georgia FIRST Robotics.