Quincy’s High School Robotics

Quincy Public Schools’ high school Robotics Team, HYPER, will explore the future of transportation. “By encouraging participants to think about future transportation sustainability, they are being empowered to be the next generation of leaders and innovators, tackling the world’s toughest challenges.” Team HYPER, with the help of engineering mentors, has prioritized strategy, designed, assembled, wired and programmed this year’s robot. HYPER looks forward to competing in the Greater Boston Regional Event, March 25-27 and the WPI Event April 8-10.

Team HYPER has been awarded grant funds totaling $2,250.00 from Lockheed Martin for the third year in a row, thanks to alumni Elio Daci, an Operations Leadership Development Program member, currently working as an Industrial Engineer. As well, Gillette/Procter & Gamble has once again awarded $10,000.00 to Quincy’s high school Robotics Team in support of this amazing program.

Special thanks to Lockheed Martin and Gillette/Procter & Gamble for their generous donations!!