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The robotics build team works on their newly named robot Opportunity. Today, March 7, is practice day before the preliminary matches tomorrow. Pictured are, from left to right, Mija Wheeler (10), Tyler Leong (12), and Zi Tao Li (9).

Magma Robotics at Kalani

Madeline Eakin, Student Life
September 26, 2022
Team Magma consists of Kalani students Leilani Phan (9), Kyla Lee (12), Stephanie Lee (10), Kiet Pham (11), Jefferson Young (11), Chloe Ho (9), Andrew Lee (11), Steven Kuna (11), Ashton Birmingham (10), Daniel Shiraki (9), Jesse Jong (9), and Junle Yan (11). Along with mentors like Mr. Silver, Mr. Reid, and Mr. Wayland.

3008 Is Doing Great!

Leilani Phan, Student Life
April 28, 2022
Kiet Pham is getting ready to fly his drone Hyperion in the back of J-Building behind the Robotics and Engineering classroom. The freshman Kalani student restarted and runs the Drones program as part of the Robotics team.

Drones With Pham

Leilani Phan, Student Life
February 17, 2022
After a week in Duluth, MN and two days of competition, Team Magma’s final ranking at the Lake Superior Regionals is 52/62. Standing beside their bot ‘Opportunity’ are (standing) Brendan Nagelmann (12) Zi Tao Li (9), Noah Eckfeldt(12), Regina Lee (10), Angelina Blen (11), Tyler Leong (12), Wayland Kwock (mentor), Michelle Judd (11), Mija Wheeler(10th) and (sitting) Carmen Lam (11) and Spencer Wells (12). Photo by Sharlene Whang 2019.

Team Magma survives Duluth

Ka Leo Staff, Photojournalism
March 9, 2019
Team Magma watches the field from the stands before practice matches begin at the FIRST Robotics Competition in Duluth, MN. Photo by Sharlene Whang 2019.

‘Opportunity’ Calls!

Ka Leo Staff, Photojournalism
March 7, 2019
At last year’s World Championships for the first robotics competition, the team’s robot, Jamillah, was flying high in a steam-powered airship. The team named the robot Jamillah because it means “beautiful” in Arabic and they thought it sounded “nice,” according to student Noah Eckfeldt.

Magma defrosts Duluth

Angelina Blen, Special to the Kalani Leo
March 1, 2019
The 2017-18 Robotics Team at Kalani High School. The 30 members of the team are comprised of students from all different classes. This photo was taken at the team’s “‘Botting for the Future” event last year.

Robotics Fundraiser to Support Next-Gen Thinkers

Noah Eckfeldt, Guest Features Writer
September 28, 2017
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