2023 Orange County Regional Winner, 2023 Creativity Award,
2023 Design Award Winner, & 2023 Aerospace Valley Regional Finalist
Founded in 2013, EPIC Robotz Team 4415 is located at Valley Christian High School in Cerritos, CA. Our robotics team equips high school students with STEM skills and tools. Students dedicate their time to learning how to operate machinery, communicate with businesses, design and build complex robotic models, and more.
We make our program available to students by offering a free two-week boot-camp in the fall. We rotate groups of students through different guilds to introduce them to all aspects of the program.
Robots compete regionally and internationally through FIRST® to complete tasks such as climbing, shooting balls, and utilizing movement. Team members build our robots from scratch within a six-week period to compete and potentially win awards.
Over the years, our team has accomplished many great things such as:
Qualifying for the Houston Championship in 2022 and 2023
2023 OC Regional Winner
2023 Creativity Award Winner
2023 Industrial Design Award Winner
2022 Las Vegas Regional Winner
2022 Arizona Valley Regional Winner
2022 Industrial Design Award Winner
2022 Excellence in Engineering Award Winner
2022 Innovation in Control Award Winner
EPIC Robotz, Team 4415, Team Photo for the 2023 FIRST® Robotics Season
Current Events for Team 4415
EPIC Robotz is starting their 2023 robotics fall season through FIRST. During the next few weeks, we will be working toward a variety of miniature projects as a team.
Our team uses these projects to teach new students the basics, and help veterans refine their skills. We hope that by honing our skills, we will be able to win at the competition in Houston. The projects we are currently working on are: building and programming a new robot, building smaller robots to collect and shoot disks, replacing motors, testing new materials, and creating a brand new drive station for our robot controls.
We hope you follow us on social media to get the latest updates and cheer us on this season!
2023 Pre-Season Projects
The team worked in groups on many projects this fall as a fun way to learn new skills and develop existing skills, learn how to work with our new team members and help us prepare for the 2024 FIRST robotics competition season beginning in January.
This fall our team participated in Beach Blitz and Tidal Tumble pre-season competitions, participated at WESTEC and AeroDef manufacturing trade shows, and worked on several projects including creating a new team board with monitor display, and lights, Spinning Airplane Propeller, Drive Station, Retrofitting the Baby Robots, 3-D Research, mastering the filament machine, creating a frisbee shooter, drive station and more!