Imagine Town Center Robotics Team Secures Second Place at Florida State Championship, Earns Bid to FIRST LEGO League World Championship

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The Electro-Lions, the dynamic FLL Challenge robotics team representing Imagine School at Town Center, has electrified their community with an outstanding second-place finish at the Florida State Championship held this past weekend in Palm Beach, Florida. Their remarkable performance not only underscores their exceptional skills and teamwork, but also secures them a coveted spot at the prestigious FIRST LEGO League World Championship in Houston, Texas.

Comprised of dedicated and talented young students, the Electro-Lions showcased their passion for robotics and STEM at the state championship. Their innovative thinking and relentless hard work have propelled them to compete on the global stage against top teams from around the world.

The FIRST LEGO League World Championship is an esteemed event that unites the brightest young minds in robotics worldwide. Teams are challenged to design, construct, and program robots utilizing LEGO Spike Prime® technology to execute intricate tasks. This competition not only evaluates technical prowess but also cultivates teamwork, problem-solving, and communication skills.

“The Electro-Lions’ triumph is a testament to their dedication, collaboration, and the transformative influence of STEM education,” said Kristen A. Cook, STEAM teacher and FIRST Robotics Coach at Imagine Town Center. “As they gear up for the World Championship, we wish them all the best for their upcoming challenge in Houston.” Go Electro-Lions!