Innovation In Control
Our robot won the Innovation In Design award.
OGPC Judge’s Choice
We received the Judges Choice award at OGPC for our video game, “Heroicube”.
Mythos Challenge “Epic Potential”
Our OGPC team’s video game, “Heroicube”, won the Epic Potential Award at the Mythos Challenge, along with $1000 towards the development of the game.
District Event Winner
We were part of the winning alliance at the Wilsonville District Event.
OGPC Best Design
We received the award for having the best design at OGPC.
Web Excellence Award
We received the award for meeting the requirements for a team website by FIRST.
We reached the Quarter-Finals in the Oregon Regional FRC competition in 2012.
NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing
Polly Irungu: Tualatin High School, Tualatin, Oregon
Anugraha Rajendran: Tualatin High School, Tualatin, Oregon
Nina Yang: Tualatin High School, Tualatin, Oregon
NCWIT is the National Center for Women & Information Technology, a non-profit coalition of more than 200 prominent corporations, academic institutions, government agencies, and nonprofits working to improve U.S. innovation, competitiveness, and workforce sustainability by increasing women’s participation in IT and computing. Find out more at www.ncwit.org/award.
We reached the Semi-Finals in the Oregon Regional FRC competition in 2010.
Coopertition produces innovation. At FIRST, Coopertition is displaying unqualified kindness and respect in the face of fierce competition. Coopertition is founded on the concept and a philosophy that teams can and should help and cooperate with each other even as they compete.
Coopertition involves learning from teammates. It is teaching teammates. It is learning from mentors. And it is managing and being managed. Coopertition means competing always, but assisting and enabling others when you can.
We reached the FRC Semi Finals in 2008 in Seattle, Washington.
In 2007 we won the Web Site Excellence award.