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    Team Meetings for 2021-2022 School Year:

    • Join the Remind (@whsroboftc) for more information.

    We are always looking for students to fill the positions on the team (no previous robotics experience is necessary, but dedication is a must).

    Wildkat Robotiks Info Slideshow 

    For more information about FIRST Tech Challenge and this year's challenge, Freight Frenzy and the mission FIRST FORWARD with the teaser trailer, click here

    Team Sponsors:
    Ms. Tucker - US History, Ms. Sayers - Spanish
    Amy Rogers - Advanced Academics Case Manager

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    Student information form link: https://goo.gl/forms/dG6WNYTTFvWGhGCp1
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    UIL Robotics State championship May 2018
    Members of the Wildkat Robotiks team from Willis High School traveled to Austin to compete for the FIRST in TEXAS UIL Robotics State Championship for FIRST Tech Challenge on May 18. This was a great honor as a rookie team. At the UIL State Championship competition we placed 10th. 
    Click here to read the feature written about Wildkat Robotiks FIRST Tech Challenge team in our local county newspaper.


    2020-2021 Ultimate Goal

    • North Houston FTC League
      • 1st Place: Design Award (industrial design at it's best) 
      • 1st Runner Up: Collins Aerospace Innovate Award (bringing great ideas from concept to reality)
      • 1st Runner Up: Connect Award (Seeks & recruits engineers & explores opportunities available in the world of STEM)
      • Dean's List Nominees: Kendall Cobb & James Rogers

    2019-2020 SkyStone

    • North Houston FTC League

      • 1st Place: Inspire Award (team that best embodies the ‘challenge’ of the FIRST Tech Challenge program; contender in many award areas)
      • 1st Runner Up: Design Award (industrial design at it's best) 
      • 2nd Runner Up: Collins Aerospace Innovate Award (bringing great ideas from concept to reality)

    2018-2019 Rover Ruckus

    • North Houston FTC League

      • FIRST Dean's List League Finalist: Daniel Perez

    2017-2018 Relic Recovery

    • North Houston FTC League
      • 1st Place: Rockwell Collins Innovate Award (industrial design at it's best)
      • FIRST Dean's List League Finalists: Daniel Perez & Hayden Smith
    • UIL State Tournament (5A-6A)
      • 10th Place



    Thank You to Our Sponsors


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    The Pizza Shack (2021-2022)

    National Instruments via FIRST (2021-2022)

    MECO (2020-2021)

    MacAllister Rentals (2020-2021)

    DDS Solidworks (2021-2022, 2020-2021)

    Texas Workforce Commission via FIRST in Texas Foundation (2021-2022, 2020-2021, 2019-2020, 2018-2019)                   

    Willis ISD CTE Department (2021-2022, 2020-2021, 2019-2020, 2017-2018, 2018-2019, )

    REV Robotics (2021-2022, 2020-2021)

    Actobotics (2019-2020)

    Harbor Freight Tools (2021-2022, 2018-2019)

    Willis ISD Education Foundation (2017-2018)

    Qualcomm and Deka Research & Development via FIRST (2017-2018)                                                 



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    Do you need an example for your team's engineering notebook?

    Here is our portfolio & our notebook from the 2020-2021 FTC Season, Ultimate Goal.

    Here is our notebook from the 2019-2020 FTC Season, SkyStone.

    Here is our notebook from the 2018-2019 FTC Season, Rover Ruckus.


    First Tech Challenge
    FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) is for students in grades 7-12. For FTC, students in teams up to 15 compete in a 12 by 12 foot field with robots they design and build. Students build their robots out of reusable parts and code their robot in Java. Students develop engineering skills while applying concepts from their math, science, and career-technical education courses.