Team 1732: Hilltopper Robotics
Hilltopper Robotics is a cooperative team composed of students from Marquette University High School and Divine Savior Holy Angels High School. Our team participates in FRC robotics, a competition within the FIRST organization. Each year, we work together to build a robot that can compete against other teams around the world in that year's challenge. We also engage in community outreach, hoping to pass on our passion for engineering to youth within the Milwaukee area.
Hilltopper Robotics was started at Marquette University High School in 2006, led by John Wanninger and a small group of students. Since then, Hilltopper Robotics has...
Grown to over 60 members and 15 mentors
Won 6 regional championships
Won 2 regional Woodie Flowers Awards and 2 regional Chairman's Awards
Gone on multiple trips to the FRC World Championships
Carried out many community service projects, including writing a book
On our team, we aim to develop not only technical skills, but personal skills and relationships to last a lifetime. We also emulate the Catholic values of our sponsoring schools by working to become the best versions of ourselves and glorify God's name through our work.