Mentoring and Gracious Professionalism at GPR

The Titanium Titans participated in a week 6 regional in our hometown, the Greater Pittsburgh Regional We met teams from not only the US, but also from other countries. Two teams traveled abroad for GPR, 8861 06Angora from Turkey and 7570 New Tech from Poland! Throughout the season, we mentored three newer teams, Brashear, Milliones, and Sci-Tech, and we continued to support them in competition! We were honored to win the Gracious Professionalism award at the Greater Pittsburgh Regional! We finished in the semifinals with the 5th largest offensive points. The Titans are proud of our accomplishments this year, and […]

County Commissioner visits Titans

On Thursday, March 23, Washington County Commissioner, Nick Sherman, visited the Titanium Titans at the Armory Youth Center in Canonsburg. He was impressed that high school students were able to build a fully functioning robot that can compete in competitions. Furthermore, he was proud of the Titans for providing affordable, hands on STEM education for the youth of Washington County. According to the Commissioner, “These students engage in extraordinary problem solving scenarios that help them prepare for college and a career and have fun, too.”

What happened at Miami Valley?!

Last week, the Titans participated at the Miami Valley Regional in Cincinnati, Ohio! We placed 15th and made it as a fist pick into alliance #5 for the finals. Even though we did not win, we helped to support many other teams in the competition like 3504, 3260, 554, 7515, and more! Overall, we helped 22 other FRC teams during this competition, whether it was giving them parts or fixing their robot. During the finals, announcements of the different awards were presented, and we won the Gracious Professionalism Award!

Titanium Titans Featured in Observer-Reporter

The Titanium Titans were featured in an Observer-Reporter article. To read it click here or go to

Titans Attend SWPA STEM Fest

Members of our team had an awesome time showing off the various levels of robotics and programming offered by the team. From LEGO WeDO, to LEGO EV3, to our full sized competition bots, we had something to interest all ages of robot enthusiasts!

Open House October 24th!

We are proud to announce we are hosting an open house for anyone to come meet the team and look around our space. If you are interested in joining the team or learning more, it is highly recommended you come! Pop in anytime on October 24th between 1 and 3 pm at the Armory Youth Center.   The Titanium Titans can’t wait to see you!