All six of Bryant's PLTW teachers (2 BHS, BMS, BeMS, BES, CES) were able to attend this year's two-day conference, held at Pulaski Technical College.
The H.E.A.T. crew also secured awards for Excellence and holding the top scores in Robot Skills competition. It was a great way to finish out 2016, but there's still a lot of season left in 2017
One of the multiple project that we entered for the first time is the Verizon App Challenge, here is our entry.
H.E.A.T. kicked off the Arkansas season in a big way at the first State Championship qualifier, triple-qualifying with our latest beast of a robot - "Phobos".
Dozens of students contributed in big ways, bringing their specialized abilities and learning new ones to bring this wild idea into reality; and on a all-new, much-improved easel we also completed in house.H.E.A.T. totally changed the game, and came in second.
A couple of HEAT members drove down to Mississippi, Bryant's 'bot, "Phobos" was completed only hours before the competition and struggled with bugs in its first two qualifying rounds.
This is a billboard competition that our school hosts during homecoming and this year's theme is Old Hollywood
Mamba 2.0 won the Most Creative Award, Triumph won the Youth Division for the second year in a row, and Fury captured the Adult Division in its first outing. It's a great start for Hornet Engineering's Racing Division and another successful project for H.E.A.T. as a whole.
We've constructed the mid-compact, double-barreled Mk II. With two shortened barrels slung under a forward, top-mounted handle and its over-sized pistol grip with dual triggers, it is certainly a mean-looking thing.
For the Duct Tape Boat Race 2016, we are restoring one of our old faitfuls, MAMBA. This boat has competed in Adult and Youth divisions for the last 3 years, winning two Youth Division titles and one Most Creative award.
H.E.A.T. is back and kicking off the new school year in a big way. This is our biggest Club Fair yet. We have more than a 100 students registered and the 4th year of HEAT is going to be a big one.
Bryant Middle School 7th grade engineering students replace one of the two "Welcome to Bryant" city signs. What better project than one serving the community?
Here's all of our hard work paying off, as we have spent significant hours over the past year preparing our own vehicle for its first appearance at this event in over 7 years.
The Arkansas EV (Electric Vehicle) Rally revolves around the use of an electrically-powered go-kart to teach students principles of electric power, renewable energies, transportation design, physics, and more. .
This is what the biggest robotics event EVER looks like. Here's a quick glance at our week at VEX WORLDS 2016
Bryant Hornet Engineering has just returned from their fourth VEX Robotics World Championship. Teams from Bryant Middle School and Bryant High School again represented Arkansas at the largest robotics event ever (a new, official Guinness World Record), competing alongside over 1,000 teams from more than 30 countries.
Attending the spring conference for the first time, Bryant Hornet Engineering enjoys a good time at TSA. Bryant Hornet Engineering also put forward several candidates to be Arkansas' first state TSA Officers.
Bryant High School was invited to present a session at this year's PLTW National Summit, and we were all too thrilled to help out.
Bryant wrapped up an undefeated season with a win at the 2016 Arkansas Sate Championship, paving the way for a fourth appearance at the VEX World Championship.
Just under 40 teams from Arkansas and Oklahoma gathered at Bentonville High School for the largest Arkansas VEX event of the regular season
For VEX Worlds 2016, Bryant Hornet Engineering entered several online challenges. We're very glad to report that we've been selected as finalists in 2 categories
Bryant Students, Apply Now for Robotics Class 2017. There is a application process to get into the class.
It was a rough day, but Hornet Engineering fought hard and won out.
ASMSA's first year VRC team practice with Bryant to prepare for state.
HEAT has entered in 4 Vex Online Challenges, aiming to score the top spots in the website and promote challenge. Help us become finalists by voting for us!
Here's a look at one of our robot designs for the 2015-2016 VEX season
A quick review of our busy semester
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