Homeschool Team Wins Robotics Competition
Yay for the home team!
Last fall, forty-five homeschool students, from the Wichita Kansas area, came together to form the Wichita Warriors Homeschool Robotics Team. They competed in the B.E.S.T. (Boosting Engineering, Science, and Technology) robotics competition, winning first place in the B.E.S.T. Award and second place in the Game Award at the Texas B.E.S.T. regional competition.
B.E.S.T. was started in 1993 by two Texas Instrument engineers, Steve Marum and Ted Mahler. Beginning with just one site (called a hub) and only fourteen teams, it has now grown to 23 hubs with more than 575 public, private, and homeschool teams which include more than 6,000 students from ten states. Read more…