Creating the Innovators and Thinkers of Tomorrow.
The robotics program has allowed me to plant the seed of my future.
meaghan sullivan '25
There is a worldwide demand in all STEM-based fields for students with hands-on problem-solving skills. The Harvey Robotics program offers students the chance to become confident innovators and thinkers by offering courses in which students work independently and in teams to design, build, and code robots.
Competing With Confidence
Our students are given many opportunities to compete locally, statewide, and nationally throughout the year, as well as compete against teams throughout the world. Our award-winning robotics program allows students to take the knowledge and skills they learn in the classroom and hit the competition fields with confidence.
With a dedicated robotics lab and courses offered at the introductory, advanced, and competition levels, our robotics program continues to generate excitement and participation. Over the years, the Harvey Robotics Program has won 10 Excellence Awards (including Worlds 2021), 27 Design Awards, 58 Tournament Champion Awards, among others.
The endless support from my teachers allows me to be comfortable making mistakes.
katie mcculloch '24
2022-2023 Spin Up Season Highlights
I enjoy robotics at Harvey because of the excellent teachers that help us through the process.
ben zilberstein '25
Harvey Robotics Takes on Google!
In 2022 and 2023, Harvey robotics students Logan '25, Blake '24, Ben '25, Katie '24, and Meaghan '25 were invited to Google Headquarters in New York City to conduct a robotics demonstration for Prep for Prep students. Our students explained their robots, helped Prep for Prep students with simple builds, and held a Q&A.
Students in our program form bonds that they carry with them throughout their lives. By the end of the season, students form close friendships.
Being given the opportunity to give a demonstration at Google Headquarters was an unforgettable experience.
blake friedman '24
I have made so many more friends than I ever thought I would. It's all thanks to the Harvey robotics program.
maya taub '26