Beach Cities Robotics
2023 Season Kickoff!
Team 294: Beach Cities Robotics is a unique and dedicated group of students from Redondo Union and Mira Costa High School who have come together to compete in the exciting and challenging world of FIRST Robotics. Our team uses the academic rigor of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education.
Together, we design, build, and program robots that can perform a variety of tasks, from shooting balls to climbing towers. Throughout the season, we work tirelessly to refine our robots and prepare for competition, all while building teamwork and a sense of community among our members.
At Beach Cities Robotics, we recognize the importance of STEM education and the role it plays in shaping the future. Our team provides students with hands-on experience in areas such as engineering, computer science, and physics, while also encouraging creativity and innovation. Participating in robotics competitions allows us to apply the skills and knowledge we learn in the classroom to real-world challenges.
We compete in the annual FIRST Robotics Competition, where teams from around the world come together to showcase their robots and their talents. If you are a student who's interested in joining our team, we welcome you to learn more about us and apply to be a part of Team 294.
Beach Cities Robotics won the 2010 FIRST Breakaway competition as well at the 2001 FIRST National Championship, and the FIRST Tech Challenge World Championship in 2008. Not only that, but Team 294 also won the 2020 Del Mar Regional, ranking Number 1.
Our sponsors' contributions have made a significant impact on our team's success and have allowed us to reach new heights in the exciting world of STEM and robotics. Through their support, we have been able to purchase essential equipment, attend competitions, and further our education in the field of robotics. As special thank you to Northrop Grumman, RBEF, John Deere, Boeing, Raytheon and Infineon for their ongoing support and dedication to our team. Your investment in the future of STEM education and robotics is greatly appreciated and will not be forgotten. Once again, thank you for your support. We look forward to continuing our partnership with you and achieving great things together.