JOIN THE TEAM Calling all students in grades 8-12! The Titanium Titans High School Robotics team is accepting applications for new team members. For more information, check out our team handbook. If you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You might have noticed our new colors. These are here for all of October in celebration of Halloween. Our colors will revert back on November 1st. In addition to the color change, you may notice some of last year’s Halloween photos throughout our website.
If you have a child or teen who is interested in anything STEM related, the Titanium Titans Robotics Team is holding a virtual open house this Saturday, September 26th, from 12–1:30 pm. The Titans are a high school robotics team, consisting of teens from over 10 school districts in southwestern PA. They have two locations; their workshop/maker-space at the Armory Youth Center in Canonsburg and their NEW outreach space in McMurray, PA. For students in grades 8-12, the Titanium Titans are a competitive robotics team. Each year, they design, build, and program a robot to compete in the FIRST robotics […]
We are proud to announce we are participating in the Virtual SWPA STEM Fest this year! If you go to https://www.thestemfest.com/ you can see all the activities offered by us and other organizations. Our event information is under their Explore Technology section! The STEM Fest will be going on until September 26th. We hope to see you participating in our events!
The Titanium Titans are proud to present the first ever Think Outside the Brick challenge! While you or someone you know is stuck at home, use your LEGO bricks to complete our missions and help our newest member ST3M-Bot! To receive your first mission briefing, visit our social media or look below. Don’t forget to post your creation with #TTOutsideTheBricks on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter! We hope to see you for all our future challenges to come! View this post on Instagram The Titanium Titans are proud to present the first ever Think Outside the Brick challenge! While […]
POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Our Annual National Robotics Week LEGO EV3 Tournament is coming up. This year’s theme is Traffic Jam. Participants will build a robot and compete in 2 weeks. Each team must consist of 2-4 students in grades 4-9. Teams will be rewarded for student leadership and teamwork. A nonparticipating adult must be present and an EV3 or NXT task bot capable of color sensing is required. The tournament is at Washington Crown Center on Saturday April 4th from 10AM to 2PM. It costs $20 to enter and registration ends on March 28th. The registration form can be […]
The Titanium Titans have recently acquired a new space to hold workshops. This new location is in a busy shopping center and will serve as an outreach satellite hub. The new space will allow the Titans to hold more workshops in the future. We will host workshops at other locations along with our new hub. This new location provides improved accessibility, better parking, more space, and electrical upgrades. Additionally, it will allow us to start and host more FIRST Lego League and Junior FIRST Lego League teams. We are looking forward to hosting even more workshops this year. In 2019 alone, […]
Introducing, STYX! The team is extremely excited about this year’s design, and MANY hours were devoted to its development by the CAD, build, electrical, and programming teams. Videos of the robot in action to follow!
The Titanium Titans have entered their build season for 2020! From FIRST Robotics: “COMBINING THE EXCITEMENT OF SPORT WITH THE RIGORS OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY We call FIRST® Robotics Competition (for ages 14-18) a unique sport where every kid who plays can “turn pro.” High-school student participants call it “the hardest fun you’ll ever have.” Under strict rules and limited time and resources, teams are challenged to raise funds, design a team “brand,” and hone teamwork skills. Participants are eligible to apply for $80M+ in college scholarships. POWER THE FUTURE Renewable sources of energy are everywhere, all the time. Working […]