Coming up, The Cat Attack will have an open house to recruit new students and mentors as well as inform those who are curious about FIRST, FRC, and, The Cat Attack itself. We also invite all of our generous sponsors to see what we do on our team. We would love to see you there!
When: Tuesday, May 19, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Where: Dana Corporation
6201 Trust Drive
(use the main entrance by the flags)
Who: Current 8th-11th grade students and adults interested in mentoring
Also check out our flyer and our website.
If you have questions or problems with your lawnmower from the fall winterization please call our hotline at 419-887-3490
FRC Team 451, The Cat Attack, is an extracurricular high school robotics team founded by Sylvania Northview High School, but later included students from other Toledo area high schools. We are sponsored by the DANA Holding Corporation and more. During the summer and pre-season, we build robots and work on other projects to improve our skills for the main build season. Our build season is our six-week period during which we build a robot for the FIRST Robotics Competition. After building a robot to complete the given task, the team usually competes in two regional competitions. Being on the team is a unique experience, and building a robot as a team teaches vital skills, which can be used outside the science and technology fields. These include working with a team, thinking critically, and using learned information to produce a working robot.
- Encourage the creativity of our team
- Infuse enthusiasm, excitement and team bonding by working on technological challenges together
- Build confidence, develop communication skills, and learn how rewarding a career in engineering and technology can be
- Encourage every student to become proficient in some area of engineering and develop leadership amongst our youth who will be the science and engineering leaders of tomorrow
The Cat Attack’s mission is to experience the fun, excitement, and hard work of using math, science, technology and teamwork to accomplish goals—forming a partnership between students and engineers in the process. Excellence can be attained if you:
“Care more than others think is wise— Anonymous
Risk more than others think is safe
Dream more than others think is practical
Expect more than others think is possible”