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Adventist Robotics National Championship Breaks Previous Attendance Records as Interest in Field Grows

The Adventist Robotics program has been in operation for the past 15 years. It began with 13 teams in the first tournament in 2005 and has grown to more than 200 teams this season (2018-19 school year). This year, the teams competed in one of seven regional qualifying tournaments to be eligible to compete in the championship tournament held at Forest Lake Academy in Orlando, Florida. This year’s final tournament, on May 5, brought together the largest number of teams competing for the championships. Adventist schools and homeschooled students from all across the North American Division (U.S. and Saipan) were represented through 37 teams. 

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