The Indian Hill School District congratulates the Indian Hill High School (IHHS) Robotics Team for earning second overall in the Southwest Vex Robotics Competition and advancing to state. IHHS team 421H, including students Kunal Ranjan, Arjun Verma, Alexander King, Tyler Huang, Krish Ranjan, Nathan Padhy, Andrew Hu, and Euan Ji, will compete at state this March in Akron.
“What an incredible accomplishment,” said engineering teacher Myrtis Smith, who mentors the team and oversees Indian Hill High School’s nationally recognized engineering program in partnership with Great Oaks. “This advancement is a testament to how much our program has grown over the past several years, in part due to the corporate sponsorship and investment by P&G. We could not be prouder of all these amazing students have achieved.”
During the regional competition held at Harrison High School on Saturday, February 11, our students used robots to compete to score the most points in a disc golf style of game play. The IHHS Vex teams will be back in action Saturday, February 18, at Milford High School. The event is open and free to the public.
Photo caption: The Indian Hill High School (IHHS) Robotics Team of (L to R) Arjun Verma, Nathan Padhy, Euan Ji, Krish Ranjan, Kunal Ranjan and Alexander King, earned second overall in the Southwest Vex Robotics Competition and is advancing to the state competition.