Announcements

  • Work Days:

    Mondays (Meetings) - 3:15 - 3:45

    Tuesdays - 3:05 - 5:30

    Thursdays - 3:05 - 5:30

  • New 2016 photos have now been posted to the media section!

    Click here to see the new 2016 photo galleries. Or go to Media/Photos on the menu bar.
  • Notices for May 23th - 27th:


    - The El Marino and Hawthorne exhibitions were a success! We found some small problems with Wedge that will be fixed this week. Thank you to all who worked hard to get both robots opperational in time for these events.

    - The Yankee Candle fundraiser is now officially over. We raised over $600! Thank you so much for your hard work, team.

    - Students interested in joining the team as rookies for the Spring 2016 season may apply now! Under Members -> Applications you can find the online portion of the application (estimated time of 10 minutes for completeion) and the parent permissions form. Complete the online portion and turn the parent permission protion in to Ezra in order to become a probationary member ahead of the start of the 2017 season! See Ezra or Davis for more details.

    - The Cooler Master Build is completed! We will be posting the build log on both the Cooler Master Fan Page and Chef Delphi so be sure to check back here for a link to the log.

    - Disney is creating a TV show dedicated to Science and Engineering and has invited our team to participate! We will be a part of the filming some time in June and those who are invited to go must be over 16 and have a work permit. Those who participate will be paid. More information will come next week.
  • Introducing Slack:

    In an effort to organize our team more and provide an easy way for Davis, Kenny and Ezra to make announcements we are requiring all team members to join the Bagel Bytes Slack account. Slack is a team/business application that allows members of a team or company to get in touch with one another, collaborate, make announcements and send files...

  • Leadership


    Congratulations to Ezra "Zelda" on the position of Captain and Kenny "Cheeto Bandito" on the position of Chef Engineer, we wish them good luck! Subteam leaders will be announced on a later date and are being decided on.
  • Ventura Regional Results

    Ventura was a massive success for the team as we showed our true colors, making it passed qualifiers and quarterfinals chosen by the 4th alliance seed, only to get stopped in the semifinals by the stacked 1st alliance seed that ended up taking the win at Ventura. As a team our robot was ranked 25th, but we were ranked 3rd overall. Something to take note of; our alliance came closest to beating the champions of Ventura over anyone else, a true accomplishment in our eyes.
  • Welcome new sponsor Cooler Master

    Culver City High School Robotics, known as the "Bagel Bytes", are extremely excited to welcome our newest sponsor Cooler Master. Thank you for supporting our team, we hope to make this a long and mutually beneficial relationship. Be sure to check out our Cooler Master blog for photos and frequent team updates.

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    Team 702

    Culver City High School Robotics is a team of Students and Professionals who work together to build a robot for the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition. The season is six weeks starting in January when we build and test a robot to compete in FIRST Regional Competitions against teams from across California. Winning a regional competition qualifies us to compete in the FIRST Championship Event held in St Louis.
    Outside of the season, the team participates in many activities and fundraisers to support the entry and building costs of the competition.

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  • Retrospect and Thoughts
    5-13-2016


    Retrospect (n) - contemplation of the past; a survey of past time, events, etc.

    - dictionary.com


    The year has come to an end. After six weeks of planning, designing, building, testing, competing, and cheering we have come to the end of the 2016 FIRST Stronghold season. In my three years of being on the team, this year was the first year where I saw drive and determination in all of the eyes of my teammates. This year was our year to show what we were made of above all. We made this year like that, we wanted to prove ourselves to other teams, and, in some ways to ourselves, prove that we are still a team to be feared and still a team to be watched.


  • Past blog entries can be found in our blog archive.