NHA After-School Robotics & Engineering Teams

After school Robotics & Engineering gives students the opportunity to further investigate problem-solving, communication, collaboration, and creation...

register by clicking here
make registration/participation payment online by clicking here


"...to create a world where science and technology are celebrated...where young people dream of becoming science and technology heroes." - Dean Kamen, Founder FIRST







"Our students begin computer coding/programming in Kindergarten and continue through to 11th grade. After School engineering & robotics lets them take their knowledge to new heights..."
-Aisha Faison, Robotics coach




Is your child in one of our classes and asking to work at home! Please check our class pages and the sidebar on this page for links!

more questions?
contact Aisha Faison (afaison@newhopeacademy.org)










































 

 

New Hope Academy is proud to be:

Elementary/Middle School Robotics:

4th-9th grades
Tuesdays and Wednesdays 4pm-5:30pm    
      
New Hope Academy's  after-school robotics & engineering  club gives students a chance to explore technology, design, public-speaking, robotics and engineering in a relaxed, fun environment. Students compete in FLL competitions, drone competitions, video-game competitions. All the while completing hands on projects & researching real world problems. Students design, build and program robots & drones. Explore the engineering process and various engineering fields. Take engineering related field trips. While collaborating and researching solutions to real-world problems that they later present to a panel of judges.








                    


Upper School Robotics :

Upper school Robotics is offered as an elective (depending on student interest). Upper School students also mentor our after-school robotics/engineering teams. Mentors share expertise and experience gained from years past.
If you are interested in working with VEX robotics please contact Ms.Faison.
... 



Robotics 2017-18


 











students enjoying visits from Science & Engineering Fest "Nifty Fifty" speakers...