Grandville High School RoboDawgs Company Profile
The Grandville RobiDawgs have been a leader in educational robotics for more than 15 years. Beginning with one high school robotics team in 1998, the district’s program has now grown to include more than 30 teams. More than 500 students, from fourth through twelfth grades, participate on Grandville robotics teams, designing, building, and programming robotics for competitions around the world. Grandville has one of largest Lego League programs in the country, with the District fielding 18 teams this year. These students go on to compete in the District’s VEX Robotics program at the middle school level, as well as the FIRST Robotics competition and the Great American River Race at the high school level. This fall, Grandville High School will introduce its first robotics course into the high school curriculum. This course, 'Robotics and Applied Science," is a ground-breaking, college-level engineering class that will help prepare Grandville students as they move on to study science and engineering at leading universities across the country. The Grandville Academic Team Boosters provide financial, technical, and coaching support for the Grandville robotics teams and other academic teams in West Michigan.