Tiger Robotics



Call for Mentors .... As we prepare for our first competition season Tiger Robotics is seeking Engineering mentors that are willing to work with students on designing, building, and programing a robot to certain specifications.  If you are interested in being a mentor to our students, click here to contact Ed Van Haute.

Tigerbots is an afterschool program for 4th-6th graders focusing on Robotics. Students use Lego Mindstorms kits to build and program autonomous robots that can complete a variety of tasks. Click here for more information about this year's competition.  Any questions?  Email Stephanie Jordan.


Tiger Robotics is open to all 7-12 grade students which are split into two groups. During the fall semester, students will meet once a week to learn basic design and building techniques as well as basic programing. They compete in FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC). During the spring semester, the team will compete in FIRST  Robotics Competition (FRC).  For this competition the team will be given 6 weeks to design, build, and program a robot to compete in a sports themed arena against other teams. Click here for details on the competition.  Any questions? Email Richard Hansen or Ed Van Haute.

For Inspiration and Recognition of Science & Technology

 The Mission of FIRST is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership.  Click here for more information.













Click here to become a TigerBots sponsor

TigerBots Sponsors are needed to assist financially.  Tools, software, equipment, and kits are needed for a successful program.

Click here to become a TigerBots mentor

TigerBots Mentors are needed to assist Dunham's teams in planning and building a robot that performs specific tasks.  Mentors are also needed to teach programming.  If you would like to be a TigerBot mentor or have a creative idea for helping the team, contact Ed Van Haute.