SLHS Robotics

Shoreland participates in VEX Robotics Competition (VRC), one of the largest and most popular robotics competitions in the world.  To learn more about Shoreland’s robotics program, visit our robotics website at

Shoreland hosts Wisconn Valley Vex Robotics competition annually

Elementary, middle and high school students from Wisconsin and northern Illinois unite each year at Shoreland Lutheran High School for the Wisconn Valley VEX Robotics Competition. The action-packed tournament features dozens of teams who compete with and against other schools in a series of back-to-back robotics challenges.

The tournament is made possible by donations from Gateway Technical College, Wisconsin Lutheran College and Kwik Trip.

The VEX Robotics Competition is presented by the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation, a global robotics program with more than 11,000 teams from 32 countries playing in over 750 tournaments worldwide.

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Employment Growth
Occupations in science,
technology, engineering,
and math are projected
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The median wage in 2019
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Collin Doerflinger

Collin was a student in Shoreland’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Academy. “It did a really good job in giving me a glimpse of what I would see here,” says the college senior. In particular, Collin recalls the aerospace unit of a STEM course in high school that challenged students to design and create an airfoil, which is essentially a segment of an airplane wing. They then tested their creations in the school’s wind tunnel. Read his story