Technology

Technology Programs

Robotics

Beginning in 3rd grade and continuing through Upper School, the robotics programs at Lakeview help students develop important skills such as teamwork, critical thinking and applied engineering. In the Lower School students, can participate in a weekly robotics club. The Middle and Upper Schools teams are competitive and part of a global program, which challenges students to creatively solve problems based upon unique yearly themes. These teams have won quite a few awards – here are a few of our recent ones!
Upper School Robotics
2016 - Rockwell Collins Innovate Award Finalist at the FIRST Tech Challenge CircuitRunners Qualifier at East Cobb Middle School. The team competed against over thirty teams from across the region.

Upper School Programming Competition
2017 – 2nd Place in the CodeQuest Competition (Novice Category), sponsored by Lockheed Martin’s facility by William Beard and Nicholas. There were 50 teams registered to compete at the competition with 32 in the Novice category.

Middle School Robotics
2016 - Mechanical Design Award at the Georgia Gwinnett College First Lego League Championship Tournament. The team also won the 1st Place Champion’s Award at the South Forsyth First Lego League Qualifier Competition on December 3rd. This award recognizes “gracious professionalism while achieving excellence and innovation in both the robot game and project.”

Technology Fair Competition
2017 - 1st in Project Programming and Technology Literacy (7th/8th Grades) by Garv Gaur at the Georgia Educational Technology Competition, held at the Fulton Science Academy on Saturday, January 21st

Upper School Robotics
2015 - Final Rounds Alliance Selection Honor at the FIRST Tech Challenge CircuitRunners Qualifier held at East Cobb Middle School. The team was selected from a competition field of over thirty teams from across the region.

2014 - PTC Design Award
 presented at the FTC qualifying tournament to recognize design elements of the robot that are both functional and aesthetic, incorporating industrial design elements into the solution.

Middle School Robotics
2016 - 1st Place Champion’s Award at the South Forsyth First Lego League Qualifier Competition on December 3rd.  This award recognizes “gracious professionalism while achieving excellence and innovation in both the robot game and project.”

2015 – Lakeview’s Middle School robotics team placed 4th and was awarded the “Innovative Solution Award” at the 2015 Northeast Georgia First Lego League Qualifier. This award recognizes that the team’s solution is exceptionally well-considered and creative, with good potential to solve the problem researched.

2014 – State Competition Core Values Inspiration Award won against 32 teams from across the state. This core values award celebrated the team because it displayed “extraordinary enthusiasm and spirit and recognized that friendly competition and mutual gain are not separate goals, but the foundation of teamwork.”

Super-Regional Competition Champion’s Award (3rd) awarded at the 2015 Georgia First Lego League Super-Regional Competition at Athens Academy. The award is for “embracing gracious professionalism while achieving excellence and innovation in both the robot game and project.”

Qualifier Competition Champion’s Award (2nd) awarded to recognize “gracious professionalism while achieving excellence and innovation in both the robot game and project.”

2013 - Won the 1st place "Champion's Award" for embracing gracious professionalism while achieving excellence and innovation in both the robot game and project (Orange Lions Team) and the "Programming Award" for excellence in software design (Blue Lions Team) at the 2013 Northeast Georgia First Lego League Qualifier, held at Athens Academy.
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