Kick off – January 3rd 2015

“Robots building students”

CELT-X Robotics inspires students by demonstrating the extraordinary achievements possible when we rise to the challenge of the FIRST Robotics Competition. Our team will work hard to field a competitive robot while always embodying the spirit of Gracious Professionalism TM. Our students will collaborate with teachers and mentors in a culture of mutual respect. Our aim is to develop the skills and confidence our students will need to pursue careers in engineering, science, technology, business, or wherever their ambitions lead.

OUR REACH

The FIRST Robotics competition reaches and influences students, organizations and communities around the world.

WHAT WE TEACH

The competition teaches creative problem solving, technical know-how, careful planning, hard work, and professionalism.

OUR SUPPORT

We have assembled a team of experienced mentors, including Bishop Ryan teachers, professional engineers, and FRC alumni attending university and college.

OUR AIM/GOAL

Our aim is to develop the skills and confidence our students will need to pursue careers in engineering, science, technology, business, or wherever their ambitions may lead. 

Celt-X Robotics students attend Bishop Ryan Catholic Secondary School in Hamilton Ontario.   The school’s motto, “Virtue and Knowledge” echoes the principle of Gracious Professionalism™.   By supporting our team, Bishop Ryan furthers its mission of educating the whole person.

We have assembled a team of experienced mentors, including Bishop Ryan teachers, professional engineers, and FRC alumni attending university and college.  Our students are engaged in “pre-season” workshops and games, training them in FRC rules, mechanical design and fabrication, software programming, marketing and teamwork.  Our “competition season” starts January 3rd 2015, with the launch of the new game rules.  We will have until March to design, build and test our first robot and to train our drivers.  Our first competition will be at the University of Waterloo from March 20th to 22nd 2015.

Celt-X Robotics (FRC Team# 5406)’s inaugural season will focus on providing a rewarding experience for our students, and laying the groundwork for a competitive and sustainable FRC team in the years to follow.   Our goal for 2015 is to earn one of the Rookie All Star, Rookie Inspiration, or Highest Rookie Seed awards at Waterloo.  In the medium and long term, Celt-X Robotics will practice a policy of “continuous improvement”.  As our skills and resources improve, we will set ourselves goals of increasing scope and ambition, including finishing prominently at the world championships, and mentoring other rookie teams.

The Celt-X Team

  • Jenna
    JennaLead Mentor
    • Brendan
      BrendanLead Mentor
      • Mark
        MarkMentor
        • Kestin
          KestinMentor
          • Maaz
            MaazMentor
            • Rhiannon
              RhiannonMentor
              • Lawrence
                LawrenceMentor
                • Joanne
                  JoanneMentor
                  • Taylor
                    TaylorMentor
                    • Robert-James
                      Robert-JamesStudent
                      • Gabe
                        GabeStudent
                        • Nicholas
                          NicholasStudent
                          • Walker
                            WalkerStudent
                            • Christian
                              ChristianStudent
                              • Eric
                                EricStudent
                                • Caitlin
                                  CaitlinStudent
                                  • Matthew L
                                    Matthew LStudent
                                    • Benjamin
                                      BenjaminStudent
                                      • Connor
                                        ConnorStudent
                                        • Lukas
                                          LukasStudent
                                          • Mason
                                            MasonStudent
                                            • Jacob
                                              JacobStudent
                                              • TY
                                                TYStudent
                                                • Nicki
                                                  NickiStudent
                                                  • Dylan
                                                    DylanStudent
                                                    • Matthew T
                                                      Matthew TStudent
                                                      • Patrick
                                                        PatrickStudent
                                                        • Olivia
                                                          OliviaStudent
                                                          2500
                                                          TEAMS IN FRC
                                                          20
                                                          STUDENTS ON BR TEAM
                                                          50
                                                          TWITTER AND FACEBOOK FANS
                                                          6
                                                          ARTICLES WRITTEN ABOUT HAMILTON ROBOTICS

                                                          Our 2014-2015 Sponsors

                                                          FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC)

                                                          FIRST was founded in 1989 to inspire young people’s interest and participation in science and technology. Based in Manchester, NH, the not-for-profit public charity designs accessible, innovative programs that motivate young people to pursue education and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math, while building self-confidence, knowledge, and life skills.

                                                          The FIRST Robotics Competition blends science and technology with the excitement of sport. The program challenges teams of high school students and adult mentors to design and build a robot weighing up to 120 pounds that can play a sports-style game. The rules of the game change every year, and teams are given limited resources and strict time limits to raise funds, develop a team “brand”, prepare their robot, and train for competition against over 2500 teams from around the world.

                                                          Contact Us

                                                          Bishop Ryan Catholic Secondary School
                                                          Address:  1824 Rymal Road E., Hamilton, ON L0R 1P0

                                                          
Telephone: (905) 573-2151 (Ext: 3921)
 Fax: (905) 692-9956
                                                          Email: bishopryanrobotics@gmail.com

                                                          Contact Us

                                                          We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.

                                                          Not readable? Change text. captcha txt

                                                          Start typing and press Enter to search