Torrey Hills Robotics Teams take honors at First LEGO League state tournament

The Perfect Processors, an all- girls team, placed second in the presentation for their innovative way to teach kids about the Order of Operations in Math. The judges felt that this idea could be entered in the Global Innovation Award category. Standing (L-R): Olivia, Amelia, Kelly, Kimmi. Sitting: Alice and Subin
The Clever Coders came up with a voice-activated way to teach computer skills to older people who are unfamiliar with computers. They placed second in Gracious Professionalism, showing great team effort and cooperativeness. L-R: Jean-Paul, Ezra, Tyler and Trevor.

The Torrey Hills Robotics Teams, the Clever Coders and the Perfect Processors, took part in the First Lego League (FLL) California Championship Tournament on Dec. 7 at Legoland.

They competed against 55 other teams from all over Southern California, in Robot Design, Robot Runs, FLL Core Values, showing team work and friendly competition, and Presentation, showing their innovative solution to a problem.

This year’s topic was World Class, and the students had to answer the question, “How can we improve the way we learn (subject)?”