Liberty Christian Students Create Sumo-bots

In Dr. Brent Dragoo and Evan Hunt’s Middle School STEM course, students applied BASIC programming language to compete in a single elimination tournament with their newly created sumo-bots.

STEM, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, is a middle school elective course designed to introduce technology and scientific principles to a new generation of engineers.
During the school year, middle school STEM students study remote control forms of transportation and move directly into robotics. The class also studies alternative energy sources and the physics behind new technologies.

The goal is to prepare students to excel in upper school chemistry, physics and engineering classes, as well as for a possible career in the field of science.


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