The Notre Dame Robotics Team encourages girls to explore various STEAM pathways as they build a robot for the FIRST Robotics Competition. The Janksters, also known as FRC Team 1967, focus on maintaining a student-focused team and student-built robot with mentors in guiding and supporting roles. The team is made up of four committees: electronics, business, mechanical and programming allowing students to explore a variety of facets of engineering and business. The team is open to all interested Notre Dame students regardless of experience.
2022 - 2023 Information
Fall Meeting Schedule
Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:30 - 5:30 PM
2022-2023 Locker Shelf Rentals
In need of some space for your locker next year? For $10, the Janksters will rent and set up a locker shelf, specially designed and made in-house to maximize storage in the ND Lockers.
The order form can be found here.
Robotics Boot Camp
Interested in joining the Robotics Team next year? Check out Boot Camp, a four-day program in which students will have opportunities to learn from each of the team committees, work collaboratively on engineering projects, and even test drive the robot! Students of all grade levels are encouraged to join - no prior experience necessary!
Boot Camp will take place from August 1st - 4th, 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM.
If you are interested, please contact the Co-Directors to RSVP.
The Janksters had a highly successful 2022 season, pushing themselves to new record performances at the Monterey Bay and Silicon Valley Regionals!
Monterey Bay Regional
- Rank 14/36
- Event Semifinalists
Silicon Valley Regional
- Rank 23/59
- Woodie Flowers Finalist Award (Dean Mulla)
- Dean's List Finalist Award (Joyce Yang '23)
- Judge's Award
- Dean's List Winner (Joyce Yang '23)
FIRST Robotics Competition 2022 Challenge: Rapid React!
In this year's challenge, teams across the world will be challenged to acquire, deliver, and score oversized tennis balls into a central Hub shared by all teams on the field. Teams will earn points based on how many balls (referred to as "Cargo") of their Alliance's color they score over the course of the match. By the end of the match, teams may also opt to traverse a set of monkey bars located at their end of the field. For more information, check out the Game Animation below.
If you have questions regarding the robotics program at Notre Dame High School, please contact:
- Clubs & Interest Groups
- Speech & Debate
- Visual & Performing Arts
- Student Leadership
- Summer Programs
- Career & Life Success
- Global Education Program