Years of Robotics

4 years

Number of Students

18 Active
18 Alumni, 15 Inactive

Number of teams

2 Active FTC Teams

Meet our currently active teams!

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Check out our stories/projects below!

Assets Robotics Mascot - Wall-A

Our Assets Robotics Mascot - Wall-A, was a fun project led by Mason Pimentel (Team WAFFLES) and Mr. Han, assisted by Tyler Suzuki (Team WAFFLES), painted by Mitchell Kee Chong (Team Sea Cucumbers), and assisted by Tyler Tatsuguchi (Team TBNR). It is a joint-team effort so that we can have fun while competing through the FTC robotics season this year, despite the difficulties of doing robotics throughout a pandemic.

More information about WALL-A can be found here.

Medical Robot - The Queen's Medical Center and Queen's Health Systems

Owen, Chris, and William's medical robot presentation at Queen's Medical Center, 11/3, 2020.
(Photos/Video courtesy of the Queen's Medical Center)
Thank you to the Queen's Medical Center to this amazing opportunity, and for your generous donation to our Robotics program!

Graduation Bot - GradRaffa

We have a robot that assists with delivering diplomas to practice social-distancing!
More information on our graduation bot can be found here.

2020 School Of The Future Conference

Congratulations to Mairi, Fay and Chloe for a successful School of The Future Presentation! Your presentation on guiding teachers across the state to start a Robotics program at their schools are exactly what we need to increase STEM awareness in Hawaii.

OUR CURRENT SPONSORS/DONORS (2020-2021)

About Assets School

Assets is what school should be —

  • a place where every child learns differently and those differences are celebrated,

  • a place where personalized learning is a reality, not a slogan, where a strength-based curriculum brings out a child’s natural curiosity and interest in learning,

  • a place where students with great minds who think differently find joy, belonging, and develop their talents to benefit society in previously unimagined ways,

  • a place where students are accepted and affirmed, both as learners and individuals, where the whole student matters — academic, social, and emotional development are valued equally.

C O N T A C T U S

Assets School Website

Email: assets_robotics@assets-school.org

Address:

913 Alewa Drive

Honolulu, HI 96817