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Malden Catholic Robotic Team competes in Oklahoma

Posted by boston.com  July 19, 2013 10:00 AM

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Malden Catholic High School Robotics Team members (left to right) Chris Dixon, Giuseppe Barletta, Vincent Giudice, Chris Monteiro, and Grant Simpson

The following was submitted by the Malden Catholic High School:

The Malden Catholic High School Robotics Team recently traveled to Oklahoma to compete in National Finals and participate in the Global Conference on Educational Robotics. 

Under the direction of Malden Catholic moderator, Mr. Steve Caristinos, five local students took part in this year’s competition. The engineering/robotics students who worked throughout the school year in preparation for this event are: 

Chris Dixon from Revere, 

Giuseppe Barletta from East Boston, 

Vincent Giudice from Wakefield,

Chris Monteiro from Stoneham,

Grant Simpson from Wakefield 


The event was held at the Embassy Suites Conference Center in Norman, Oklahoma. Each year students, educators, enthusiasts, and professionals from across the world gather at the Global Conference on Educational Robotics to connect with peers, discuss technology-related ideas, and cheer on their favorite teams during two exciting autonomous robot tournaments.

The Robotics Program engages students as they learn designing, building, programming, and documenting robots. Through this experience, students use science, engineering, technology, math, and writing skills in a hands-on project that reinforces their learning.


About Malden Catholic


Malden Catholic High School maintains an 80-year tradition of leading students to achieve academic excellence in a Catholic, familial atmosphere. Annually, 99 percent of Malden Catholic graduates attend college. The Class of 2013 applied to 238 colleges and universities distributed across forty states, the District of Columbia and Canada. Graduates last year received college scholarships with a four-year value of more than $19 million. Recognized for its dedicated faculty, challenging curriculum, spiritual guidance, social outreach, and championship caliber athletic programs, Malden Catholic educates young men from more than 40 communities surrounding Boston. The school is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Further information on the school may be found atwww.maldencatholic.org


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