SRV Robotics is a high school robotics club based in Danville, California. It is in its 14th year of participation in the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC). The team averages 20 high school members each year, 5-10% of which are female, with about 5 adult mentors and one teacher advisor.
Students learn hands on experience in mechanical engineering, computer design, programming, electrical engineering, physics, CAD design, business analysis, graphic design, photography, videography and business leadership
We are fortunate to be sponsored by Nvidia, Intuitive Surgical, SRVHS Academic Boosters, SRVHS Site Council & PTSA, Parents of Team 1280.
Past Sponsors include Apple, AOL, EMC Corporation, Omron Adept Technologies, Robin Fall and Davis Dresser Welding.
If you'd like to sponsor our team, please contact us.
Thank you mentors for the countless hours and years of dedication. We have the privilege of working along side of these fine mentors.
FIRST Robotics Club Advisor: Debra Gliozzi, Teacher SRVHS
Tel: 925.552.3036 Email: email@example.com
Chris Van Wolbeck (14 yrs, Mentor), Ethan Thornburg (1 yr, Mentor), Robin Fall (13 yrs), Chad Cochran (8 yrs, Board), Dianne Earle (Programming Mentor), Michael Sween (Former student, Mentor), Victor Castillo (Mentor), Scott Jang (Former student, Mentor), Davin Buczec (Former student, Mentor), Eugene Brooks (PhD Physicist)
If you'd like to become a mentor, we'll love to have you join.
In 2015, team 1280 had an average qual score of 99.00 and an average playoff score of 104.57.
Team #1280 was 20-9-1 in official play in 2014. At the Sacramento Regional in Davis, CA, USA Team 1280 was Rank 8 with a record of 10-5-1 and won the Imagery Award in honor of Jack Kamen
Team #1280 was 10-14-0 in official play in 2013.
Team #1280 was 13-11-1 in official play and 19-16-1 overall in 2012. At the Sacramento Regional, Team 1280 was Rank 22 with a record of 4-6-1 and won the Creativity Award sponsored by Xerox
Team #1280 was 13-14-1 in official play and 18-17-1 overall in 2011. At the Sacramento Regional, Team 1280 was Rank 18 with a record of 6-6-0 and won the Imagery Award in honor of Jack Kamen
Team #1280 was 19-11-2 in official play in 2010. At the Silicon Valley Regional sponsored by Google and BAE Systems, Team 1280 was Rank 19 with a record of 8-5-1 and won the Innovation in Control Award sponsored by Rockwell Automation
At the Sacramento Regional, Team 1280 was Rank 4 with a record of 11-6-1 and won the Engineering Excellence Award sponsored by Delphi
Team #1280 was 18-12-0 in official play and 25-16-0 overall in 2009.
At the Silicon Valley Regional, Team 1280 was Rank 18 with a record of 9-6-0, Regional Finalist, and won the Imagery Award
At the Microsoft Seattle Regional, Team 1280 was Rank 12 with a record of 9-6-0 and was a Regional Finalist
Team #1280 was 20-9-0 in official play and 23-12-0 overall in 2008.
At the Silicon Valley Regional, team 1280 won the Imagery Award
Team #1280 was 19-18-2 in official play in 2007.
At the Davis Sacramento Regional, team 1280 won the Rockwell Automation Innovation in Control Award
Team #1280 was 28-11-0 in official play in 2006.
At the Silicon Valley Regional, team 1280 was a Regional Finalist and won the Radio Shack Innovation in Control Award
Team #1280 was 15-8-0 in official play in 2005.
Team #1280 was 7-6-2 in official play in 2004.
At the Silicon Valley Regional, Team 1280 had a record of 7-6-2, Regional Finalist and won the Rookie Inspiration Award