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Welcome to LA Streetbots

Roosevelt High School's
FIRST Robotics Team.

Home of the
Mighty rough riders.

Welcome

We Are LA Streetbots

Established in 2014, LA Streetbots has grown to become an integral part of Roosevelt culture

2014
Year Est.
1460
Days Since Last Accident
17
Number of Members
9
Robots Built

What We Do

Compete internationally, against 8000+ High Schools

Education

LA Streetbots puts knowledge before anything which is why our team has a strong bond with one another creating a community that supports each other to better our futures.

Engineering

Each robot is crafted and designed carefully by our students, with guidance from our mentors we are able to learn and accomplish really anything we set our minds too. Using state-of-the-art software such as AutoCAD, our students are prepared to enter college as well as the labor market as legitimate engineers with real-world experience.

Fundraising

Every year our students are tasked with coming up with upwards of $26,000 for the season's build and competition costs. Each student is taught how to do community and corporate reach out in order to get sponsored so that they have enough funding to make their ideas a reality.

Technology

LA Streetbots is oriented around the utilization of modern date technologies that allow us to make our ideas into reality. The majority of our students are well-versed in multiple programming languages on top of knowing how to create and modify circuitry that allows our robots to work like magic.

2018 Season

Photo Album

Frame Designing

Week 6

Veteran mentor Mark Tenyck helping team member Joel Reyes with the base of the robot frame.

The Pit

Competition

Rookie Mentor Dereck getting ready for competition in our 10' x 10' pit @ LA Regional.

Intake Mechanism

Week 6

Both Johan and Miguel are recallibrating the new intake mechanism which is soon to be mounted

Team Discussion

Competition

Team Members: Nathaniel, Anthony, Richard, Jesus, Joel, and Ashley and mentor Dereck discuss our plan of action.

Swerve Drive Debugging

Week 2

Programmer Mario works on the initial task of accomplishing a swerve drive mechanism using sensors and Java Programming.

Our Sponsors

LA Streetbots has been honored to be sponsored by these partners.

Contact Us

Reach out for sponsorships, mentorship, or any questions.

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Contact Info

Where to Find Us

456 S. Mathews St.
Los Angeles, CA
90033 US

Email Us At

mario@team4964.com
info@team4964.com

Text Us At (No Calls)

Mobile: (+1) 323 715-4465