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Eagle Robotics


Dream more. Learn more. Become more. 

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Eagle Robotics


Dream more. Learn more. Become more. 

Day of Code Workshop

Team 399 will be hosting their first Day of Code workshop! All sixth through eighth graders can come learn code. Team members will help participants code in several different ways with fun games and activities. This workshop will be on December 10th from 1PM to 3PM at 44701 32nd St. W, Lancaster High School Room 240. Sign up here!


Mastering Media Workshop

Team 399 is inviting 6th through 8th graders to our shop to learn the basics of multi-media, including how to use green screens and an intro to the adobe programs! This event will take place at Lancaster High School in room 240 and will be from 9 am to 12 pm! Sign up here!


Innovation Fair

Team 399 is hosting their first Innovation Fair! To compete, students will identify a problem within the community and create a solution to solve it. Any student from grades sixth through eighth may compete. For more guidelines on how to compete, click here! The event will be held on Saturday, January 14th at 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at 44701 32nd St. W, Lancaster High School Cafeteria, and snacks will be available for purchase. Sign up here!


 

WHO ARE WE?

Team 399 Eagle Robotics is a student run FRC (FIRST Robotics Competition) team from Lancaster High School in Lancaster, California. We work to promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) to our students, school, and community. 

Helping out team 5012 at their first ever SRW

Helping out team 5012 at their first ever SRW

Our robot, Cortex, visiting Monte Vista elementary school

Our award winning drive team at an off-season event, this past summer

Our students serving as referees at our 9th annual HDLT

 

Our team at the 2014 Inland Empire regional after being crowned Regional Champions and Regional Chairman's winners

Our Story

Since 2000, students from Lancaster High School (Lancaster, CA) have gathered to participate in the FIRST Robotics Competition. As an extracurricular program, students gather to build a robot to perform tasks revealed by the organization known as FIRST. These tasks form a game in which students have the chance to apply concepts taught in the classroom and work alongside professionals. Learn more >>

Introducing the youth to STEM and the FIRST program

FIRST members from around the world enjoying their time at our 8th annual RoboProm, held in St. Louis

Outreach

The students of Team 399 are about more than just building robots. Learn more >>

RoboProm

Learn about how an event for a few friends turned out to be an international success. Learn more >>

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The Robot


Our award winning robots from the 2015 and 2016 seasons

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The Robot


Our award winning robots from the 2015 and 2016 seasons

It's out with the old...

Phoenix 2015

Rising from the ashes, our 2015 season robot Phoenix is headed to champs to carry on our legacy. Learn more >>

and in with the new.

chames 2016

To honor our long time mentor, Mr. Chambers, we present to you our 2016 season robot Chames. Learn more >>