Every year, we design, create, compete with multiple robots through multiple FIRST programs including FRC and FTC.
Stealth Robotics strives to create a welcome environment, where team members can both feel welcome and feel motivated to learn.
We endeavor to give back to our community and make an impact outside our team. We want to inspire and help others using aspects of STEM.
Our Rapid React (2022) Robot: Casey
Our Rapid React robot has been carefully designed since the start of the build season to perform. We have implemented many of the skills and new techniques that we have learned from our past seasons.
Who Are We?
Stealth Robotics is a robotics team and club based out Cedarcrest High School in Duvall, Washington. Created in 2012, Stealth has been growing ever since. Comprised of student members and adult mentors, we aspire to spread STEM throughout our school community and beyond. There are many ways we accomplish this, including competing in multiple FIRST programs and competitions as well as outreaching and demonstrating what we do to our local community.
What Is FIRST
FIRST stands for For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology. Started by Dean Kamen in 1989, FIRST has grown quite a bit. Encompassing 110 countries and affecting more than 679 thousand students, FIRST has become a driving force in motivating young people all over the world into diving head first into the world of STEM and to think about STEM in their career paths. FIRST mostly does this by running robotics competitions through each of it’s subprograms.
FIRST Lego League (FLL)
FIRST Lego League is one of the largest FIRST programs. It attempts to teach kids the importance of STEM early on, while also giving them the soft skills they need for later in life. FLL encompasses children ages 4-16.
FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC)
FIRST Tech Challenge, created in 2005, is the newest of FIRST‘s programs. FTC aspires to reach sightly older kids and give them industry level skillsets and knowledge. FIRST Tech Challenge works with grades 7 – 12.
FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC)
FIRST Robotics Competition is FIRST’s most prolific competition. With each team getting a set build season to build a person-sized robot, FRC gives students many skills that they can use in their future endeavors. FRC encompasses grades 9 – 12.