We are Team 100
Team 100 joined the first robotics competition in 1995 and won that year. We are located on the San Francisco Peninsula and are made up of students from Woodside High School. Team 100 joined the FIRST Robotics Competition in 1995 and went on to win the FIRST Championship that year. In 2016 Carlmont High School split from Team 100 and created their own team, FRC Team 199. The Wildhats show their enthusiasm for FIRST both on and off the playing field.
FIRST is an international organization that aims to inspire and teach students to develop skills in engineering and technology. FIRST runs the FRC, FTC, and FLL competitions. The program allows high school students to work side by side with professional mentors to learn skills varying from animation to engineering, business and shop fabrication. The mission of FIRST is to inspire kids to young adults to be the future leaders of science and technology, by engaging them in exciting programs that teach science, engineering and technology, inspire innovation and that foster well rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership.
FIRST DESTINATION: DEEP SPACE, the 2019 FIRST Robotics Competition game, finds our teams trapped on the faraway Planet Primus! Teams use Cargo and hatch panels to escape the Sandstorm.
Each three-team alliance has two ways to escape this storm:
1. Completing both of their alliances rockets . This can be done by filling in each of the Cargo bay with one Orange rubber ball (Cargo) and covering the bay with a hatch panel. each rocket completed gives the alliance one ranking point
2. Climbing their alliances platform, or “habitat”. Once they reach the habitat by means of a ramp, teams have the option of climbing addtional platforms for bonus points. Alliances that get a total of 15 points for climbing addtional platforms get one ranking point.
Team 100 would not be able to continue our participation in FRC if it weren't for the help of our wonderful sponsors.
Our sponsors include: Woodside High School Foundation, Sequoia Union High School District, Aditazz, The Brin Wojcicki Foundation, The Tate Family, Intuitive, The Beaver Family, Qualcomm, The Searcy Family, Pyxis Engineering, The Wilks Family, Alan Steel and Supply Company, Vander-Bend, Sutter Instrument, GitHub, SolidWorks, Westvalley Construction, and Lean Legal.