Miranda spray painting new back plate


Zach is building a lift for our robot.


2018-2019 Robot


Engineering Notebook



1st place at the Apollo 50th Next Giant Leap Student Challenge (ANGLES)

Our yearly team photo .

Rhett testing the program he made.




Amazon Smile


An Ethan CAD of our collection system.

Working on the robot at the Butte Qualifiers.

Ethan doing his CAD.




The Challenge

We won the Think award in Wyoming

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The Engineering Notebook is an integral part of the engineering process. In it we chronicle our entire season. We show our design process, programming, community outreach, team building, decision making and much more. It is important to catalog all of this information not only because it is required in order to win awards at competitions but also because it is part of the learning process - it teaches organization and important documentation skills that are necessary in school and in later careers. Every team member contributes to the notebook regardless of their role on Fusion, therefore it is useful in understanding team dynamics and how everyone is involved. To view our 2017-2018 season notebook click the button below. We hope you enjoy learning more about our team.



Just won Inspire Award at the Montana Championship.

One of our favorite, goofy team photos. 

The competition fields at the Butte Qualifiers.

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Standing in front of the Saturn V Rocket

Working on a part organizer.

Sanding a spacer for our lifting mechanism.

We named this year's robot Oracle after a set of architecture applications that combines many practices in order to benefit the many facets of architecture.

The robot we used during the Qualifiers in Butte, MT.


Talking to a boy scout troop about robotics.

Miranda working on the engineering notebook.

Hanging out with the Eureka teams before Helena Qualifiers.

Engineering Notebook

Opening ceremony at Wyoming.

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Emily and Ethan working on robot arm.

First year FTC  Jaret cutting metal.

Our robot in competition.

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Rhett working on our autonomous program. 

The 2019-2020 season officially began on September 7, 2018. This year's competition is called SKYSTONE.

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Programming, building, and talking to other people at qualifiers.

Testing weight on different wheels.