• Eagle Robotics

    Coaches/Advisors: Greg Burnham Allen ISD STEAM Center B 142 and Charles Logston B 136

    Eagle Robotics Web Page

     2020 Texas Cup FinalistNTX Champions 2019Entrepreneur 2018

    State UIL Championship Dinner in Austin Chairman's Award Houston Central 2018 2017 Dallas FRC Winners

     BEST 2017 Hanging around at UIL State 2018
    Tuesday and Thursdays - 5 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
    Eagle Robotics competes in UIL robotics competitions including BEST Robotics and FRC.
    BEST (Boosting Engineering Science and Technology) robotics is a middle and high school robotics competition whose mission is to engage and excite students about engineering, science, and technology as well as inspire them to pursue careers in these fields. Eagle Robotics participates in COCO BEST Hub and is one of 850 schools (18,000 students) that participate in BEST Nationally. Eagle Robotics advanced to UIL State Championship in 2016 through 2020 and placed 2nd in State in 5A-6A Division
    FRC (FIRST Robotics Competition) are International competitions based in mentoring students through complex problems using STEM skills. Students who participate in FIRST robotics are 50% more likely to attend college and pursue a degree in science, technology engineering or math degree. Students who participate in FIRST robotics have access over $80,000,000 in scholarships offered by Universities and Industry partners

    There are travel, t-shirt and safety certification fees for members wishing to build or travel. We fund raise and partner with local, national and international companies and organizations to cover some of the costs. Culmination of designing and building are the district, state, national and international competitions.

    Eagle Robotics does not compete in fighting battle robotics competitions.

    For more information, stop by. Open to any Allen High School student interested in using their problem-solving skills to design, build and market Eagle Robotics solutions


Last Modified on August 10, 2021