FRC® TEAM 1334

The Red Devils

"FULL STEAM AHEAD"

FIRST® Team 1334 is a high school robotics team established in 2003, located at Oakville Trafalgar High School in beautiful Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Each year, we design and build a robot to compete in the FIRST Robotics Competition. It’s a very exciting and rewarding opportunity consisting of events that showcase all the hard work and effort we put into building our robot. 

Our team is comprised of different sub teams such as build, design, business, and programming.  We strive to create a safe and enjoyable environment where those interested in science, technology, media and business can build intellect and character by developing individual and team skills such as teamwork and leadership. We also participate in many community outreach events throughout the year to promote STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art through creativity and Math) in our community. For more information about our team, click here!

We would like to give a big thank you to our sponsors and mentors! None of this would be possible without their continuous support!


Important Information

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Events

SEASON KICKOFF JANUARY 2017

On January 7th 2017 robotics teams across Halton go to Craig Kielburger Secondary School to learn about this year's FIRST Robotics Competition game. After the game reveal there was a session where each individual team meets to discuss strategy and how they to approach the game. Students arrived in Milton at Craig Kielburger Secondary School at 9am . On Sunday, was a brainstorming session at Maple Grove United Church from 12:30 - 6:oo PM to put together more ideas.  See the Calendar Page for Full Details.

Upcoming Events

  • Kickoff - 2016/17 FIRST Game Reveal                                                                                     January 7th

 

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FIRST - For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology is an organization that promotes teamwork and collaboration among engineers. FIRST assists students to learn science and technology though robotics competitions. 

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