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Engineering Students Learn VEX Robotics
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Monday, September 26, 2016
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In the level II Engineering Concepts Course at Fannin County High School, students Devin Schnuphase and Wesley Lim work on their VEX Robot for competition.  VEX Robotics is an international curriculum for students from middle school through college.  Events are held throughout the year in the state of Georgia, and students can earn the right to compete for the World Championship title each year.  The Engineering program offers students the opportunity to learn about the engineering design process, 3D Solid Modeling and Printing, and robotics design and programming.  Through the FCHS Technology Student Association, Engineering students travel to numerous events throughout the state to test their skills in robotics design and automation, 3D design, and electric cars.

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