The Philadelphia Classic (PClassic) is a semesterly programming competition for high school students hosted by the University of Pennsylvania
Established in the year of 2013, La Salle Robotics (FRC Team 5181) is a team competing in the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC).
Each year, La Salle Robotics build robots to participate in the FIRST robotics competition. Their team number is 5181. To learn more, you can keep track of the recent scores of La Salle Robotics at The Blue Alliance, visit La Salle College High School's social media feed, or scroll down to view our excellent robots.
|Mr. Patel||Science Teacher, Robotics Coach|
|Mr. McDowell||Science Teacher, Robotics Coach|
|Mr. Ross||CAD Teacher, Robotics Coach|
Kyle Mulligan: Captain
Sean Fitzpatrick: Captain, Build Team
Jack Henry: Robot Driver
Drive Team - Build Team - Programming Team - Scouting Team
The official 2018 game kick-off for FRC Power Up will be held on Saturday, January 6th worldwide.
Team 5181 will be competing at Lehigh University April 5 – April 8 for a chance to advance to the World Championships in Missouri.
Team 5181 advanced to the semifinals for the 1st time in the program's 4-year history at the Hatboro-Horsham Competition.
The Robotics Team (Team 5181) will be competing at Hatboro-Horsham High School Saturday and Sunday (March 4-5).
The first competition for the team will be held March 4-5, 2017 at Hatboro-Horsham High School.
The IST Department currently offers 22 different technology courses for our students - National Computer Science Education Week is December 5-11.
These teams have been created as a way for Freshmen and Sophomore team members to have an opportunity to take on more leadership roles.
The Philadelphia Classic is a Programming Competition where students can select to program in either Java or Python at a novice or standard level.
The first regional competition for Robot Sigmund will take place March 5th & 6th at Hatboro-Horsham High School.