CVCHS Robotics Team to compete in World Championship 

CVCHS Robotics Team to compete in World Championship 

Eric Catalano, Will Gallagher, Alex Mihaylov, Santi Martinez, and Asher Wan win Award in Cleveland Ohio. (Photos courtesy Clayton Valley Charter Robotics Club)
CVCHS Robotics Team to compete in World Championship 
Santi Martinez making adjustments on the team’s robot.

CONCORD, CA (Apr. 2, 2024) — For the first time ever, Clayton Valley Charter High School is sending a robotics team to the VEX World Championship in Dallas, Texas on April 24 – 27, 2024. It is an unprecedented achievement since no high school Robotics Team in East Contra Costa County has ever competed in the World Championship.

The VEX Robotics World Championship is the largest robotics competition in the world. With over 40,000 teams worldwide, the Juniors Team 94517x is one of 2,400 top teams qualified to compete in the World Championship.

The World Championship is a true celebration of all the hard work and dedication of the teams. There will be 30,000+ student competitors, and 50,000+ attendees, from 50 states and 50+ countries.

“We are looking forward to competing with and against the friends we made this season at the events and are excited to meet new ones from all over the world.” says Team Captain and Programmer Eric Catalano.

Also part of the team is Master Builder Santi Martinez, Quartermaster and Builder Alex Mihalov, CAD designer and Builder Will Gallagher, and Documentation and Marketing Manager Asher Wan.

Learn more about the VEX World Championship:

Help the Robotics Club go to the World Championship in Dallas

The team is fundraising for their trip to the World Championship. CVCHS Robotics Club is a free, no-membership fee club for high school students. We rely solely on sponsorships, donations, etc. to fund the robots and parts, registration fees, and travel costs.

If you would like to donate to the Robotics Club, please make a payment to: CVCHS Robotics Club. Your donation is a tax-free and charitable donation. Tax ID is 45-2615094. You can also donate to the Webstore: here.

Please contact Ms. JoAnna Castillo at: Thank you for your support.

Learn more about the Robotics Club.