Stafford High School has announced that VEX Robotics Competition will be held at their school on November 13. The contest is likely to be participated by around 1,000 students. This contest is funded by VEX Robotics Design System.
It was reported that the students of Stafford High School have been developing their robots under the guidance of their teachers and they are participating in local robotics contests. They also receive support from various volunteers who are proficient in computer programming and engineering domains.
The VEX Robotics Design System provides an effective global platform for students, enabling them to learn science, technology, engineering and math. In addition to this, VEX Robotics project develops leadership, group-work and analytical skills among students. It also facilitates educators to easily optimize science projects to cope with the capabilities of their students.
The VEX Robotics Contest will be participated by student teams of all grades from the Texas region. The toppers will be offered an opportunity to contend for the VEX World Championship, which will be conducted in Disney World.