TUSD Robotics

2022 World Championships

TUSD Robotics had another amazing season with 32 teams competing at the CA state championship and 13 teams competing at the World Championships. Congratulations to the following teams for making it all the way to the 2022 VEX World Championships!

Tustin Memorial Academy- VEX IQ Team 30636 B & Team 30636 C

Orchard Hills Middle School- VEX IQ Team 3383 A, VEX Team 8838 B, 8838 C & 8838 E

Legacy Magnet Academy Middle School - Team 393Y

Foothill High School- VEX Team 6627 A & 6627 X

Beckman High School - VEX Team 2496 J, 2496 R, 2496 N, & 2496 V

This year the World Championships were held at the convention center in Dallas, Texas. In total, we walked away with 7 awards, 2 online challenge winners, and a World Championship title!

Pictured below is the Orchard Hills Middle School Team 8838B Century who worked in an alliance with a team from Chula Vista to earn the title of World Champions!

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World Championship Results

VEX Middle School

Orchard Hills 8838B- Division Champions, World Champions

Orchard Hills 8838C- Division Finalists, Innovate Award (Engineering Division)

Orchard Hills 8838E- Innovate Award (Arts Division)

Legacy Magnet Academy 393Y- Build Award (Opportunity Division)

VEX High School

Beckman 2496N- Create Award (Technology Division)

Beckman 2496J- Build Award (Math Division)

VEX IQ Middle School

Orchard Hills 3383A- Create Award (Spirit Division)

VEX IQ Elementary

Tustin Memorial Academy- Design Award, Online Challenge Winner

Tustin Memorial Academy- Online Challenge Winner

VEX IQ- Elementary and Middle School

VEX- Middle and High School

Legacy's Debut Performance at Worlds!

Stem Hall of Fame: Inspirational All-Star Award

On Day 1 of the World Championships Opening Ceremony, Mrs. Megan Lund introduced Cari Williams as the Inspirational All-Star Award recipient who will now be included in the STEM Hall of Fame. Cari Williams is leaving TUSD at the end of this school year and Megan Lund will now be taking over her position as the TUSD Robotics Lead.

"It has been an honor and highlight of my career building and supporting the TUSD Robotics program over the past 9 years. I am grateful for the opportunity TUSD and TPSF has provided to help develop TUSD Robotics into a world-class program serving hundreds of students each year. I will miss the TUSD Robotics community and know that Megan Lund is going to excel in continuing this important work inspiring students to become STEM leaders for our future." Cari Williams

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Thank you!

Thank you to the parents, coaches, administrators, IT, and everyone else who helped make this season possible. It is one for the record books!

A special thank you to our sponsor, the Tustin Public Schools Foundation!! We would not be here without your support!

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