We are a High School Engineering and FIRST Robotics Competition Team from St. Agnes Academy and Strake Jesuit College Preparatory located in Houston, Texas. Spectrum focuses on introducing students to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) while enriching our members, schools, community, and the world. Thank you to our Sponsors for your support.

We are a High School Engineering and FIRST Robotics Competition Team from St. Agnes Academy and Strake Jesuit College Preparatory located in Houston, Texas. Spectrum focuses on introducing students to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) while enriching our members, schools, community, and the world. Thank you to our Sponsors for your support.

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AwardsSpectrum was recognized as one of the FIRST in Texas District Chairman’s Award teams. We had one of our students from 3847 and one of our students from 8515 advance to the District Champions Dean’s List round. Congratulations to all the teamsSu

Gamma Ray 2021: Build BlogWith the bulk of the FRC at Home challenge work completed, we have begun work on designing a new robot for 2021 off-season events: Gamma Ray 2021. It is still in the early stages of its design, but we wanted to allow people to follow its progress.OnS

FRC Resources of the Month - Jan 2021 - OnShapeThere are numerous resources for FRC teams published all the time. So much so it's hard to keep track of them all. We keep a nice collection of them on our website resources.spectrum3847.org and maintain it as much as possible, but it's sti

 We surveyed the team to see which activities and events they prioritized. From that data, we started laying out a plan for how we will progress with the season. As you can see there is a lot of work to do and fewer hours than ever to do it. - Spectr

Spectrum's 2021 Season ActivitiesToday we presented a variety of options to the entire team and are getting feedback from each member about which activities they are most interested in doing this season. The options include the challenges that are given to us as part of the 2021 FRC

Virtual PitWe will be holding our last Virtual Pit session of the year on Saturday, December 5th from 11am to 1pm.Our Virtual Pit is a time to come learn about our team, ask us any questions you have, or just hang out and chat about robots, FIRST, or

We are revisiting with P.J. who we interviewed in 2014. You can find P.J.'s original interview here. Since 2014, P.J. has received his Master's in Clinical Counseling and now mentors FRC Team 3538 the RoboJackets. Read more about P.J. and h

VirtualPit.Spectrum3847.orgWhat is a Virtual Pit?A virtual pit is an online meeting session for members of the robotics community to come talk to a robotics team about their team and their robots. Virtual pits attempt to emulate the interactions that

Spectrum Robot Design Review VideosWhile we moved our meeting to virtual sessions, we have been doing design reviews or design overviews of all of our past robots. Today we finished the series by doing a design review of our 2020 robot. Below we will link to the full youtube playlist

Chairman's Award Essay and Executive Summary 2020Here are our 2020 Chairman's submission documents.2020 Chairman's Essay2020 Executive Summary Questions and AnswersSpectrum

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