Who are we?

Founded in 2013, the Robomustangs are a group of high school student tasked annually in the participation of the FIRST Robotics competition. In it, students must construct and program a robot to perform tasks outlined by FIRST at the beginning of the season. This competition is a unique opportunity for students to apply the technology and management skills learned in their day-to-day courses. We are also aligned with FIRST’s ideals of promoting science, technology, engineering, and math throughout the community.

What is our mission?

Our goal is to provide the enhanced education and early exposure to the STEM environment that will prepare our student members for. Organizations which sponsor our program recognize the need for an independent and skilled workforce and the FIRST’s Robotics Competition’s ability to provide it. These organizations will be internationally recognized due to the exposure the program has attracted since its founding. We are an elite team ran by the students for the students: self organized, self-taught, and self-earning. We serve as the beacons of STEM for all students in our community.

What is FIRST?

“Our mission is to show students of every age that science, technology, and problem-solving are not only fun and rewarding, but are proven paths to successful careers and a bright future for us all.” Best known for his invention of the Segway and hundreds of other patented technologies, Dean Kamen founded FIRST specifically for the purpose of spreading STEM throughout schools across the globe, gaining attention from colleges and other educational students for its young members. The impact it has had on schools including our own is phenomenal. Studies show that students who participate in FIRST are: Three times more likely to major in engineering More than twice as likely to pursue a career in science or technology More than twice as likely to volunteer in their communities.

Get in Touch

  • Address: 4455 Steve Reynolds Blvd, Norcross, GA 30093 
  • District: Gwinnett County Public Schools 
  • Phone: (770) 381-9680