FIRST Robotics team 7652


The official robotics team of Miami Beach Senior High School


Our Mask How-to guide:

This website has a live graph of the COVID-19 outbreak:

Center for Disease Control's website on the COVID-19 outbreak :

El sitio web del Centro para el Control de Enfermedades en español :

Located in rooms 403 and 404

Official club meetings are every Thursday after school, but we're working in there almost every day.

When you enter building 4, it's the first two classes on the right.


Pre-season (Beginning of school year - FIRST game reveal)

Before our FIRST season begins, there is still a lot to do if you want to be involved in our robotics club. During preseason, we work in collaboration with our school's teachers and STEAM club to participate in SECME competitions - VEX Robotics, Bionic Arm, FPL Hydroelectric Generator, Mousetrap Car, Bridge Building, BrainBowl, Mathematics Challenge, eCybermission, and the banner, essay, and video.

FIRST Season (FIRST Game reveal - Competition)

During the FIRST robotics season, everyone on our team will be working towards preparing our robot for the upcoming FIRST competition. More information on FIRST can be found on the What is FIRST? page. This year, we will be competing in the South Florida Regional, which takes place on April 2-5.

Our Projects

Community Outreach

School Resource Fair/Education Expo

Our team has participated in many of our school's events, promoting our club and contributing to the Hi-Tide community.

Biscayne Elementary - FIRST Lego League

Earlier this year, Mr. Delgado's 8th period robotics class spent a series of weeks volunteering at Biscayne Elementary School, teaching Mr. Nudelman's third grade class about the principles of robotics, engineering, and coding through FIRST Lego League.


During these turbulent times, our team is hard at work determining the best course of action on how to help our community. We are currently prototyping our own masks and determining on the best course of action on how to distribute these to the people that need them most.