2019 Central Valley Regional Spirit Award
The Spirit Award celebrates extraordinary enthusiasm and spirit through exceptional partnership and teamwork furthering the objectives of FIRST. Team 2135 won this award at the Central Valley Regional by demonstrating these key values during the competition.
2018 Dean's List Award Finalist
The Dean's List Award recognizes the leadership and dedication of FIRST's most outstanding students in 10th or 11th grade, nominated by a FIRST Robotics Competition team. At the Arizona North Regional, team members Anjali Sinha '19 and Samantha Yang '19 were nominated by their mentors for this prestigious honor. Anjali Sinha '19 became a finalist for the Dean's List Award and travelled to the Houston Championships to compete against other finalists.
2017 Silicon Valley Regional Industrial Safety Award Finalist
The Industrial Safety Award celebrates teams with a concern for safe practices and preparedness that spreads the message to others to protect against possible hazards. Team 2135 was a finalist for this award at Silicon Valley Regional along with Team 254 - The Cheesy Poofs and Team 1868 - Space Cookies, who then won the award.
2017 Central Valley Regional Winners
The Regional Winners Award celebrates the Alliance that wins the final match of the competition. Team 2135 won this award with Team 1678 - Citrus Circuits and Team 1323 - MadTown Robotics in March of the 2016-2017 school year. This win at Central Valley Regional took us to the FIRST World Championships in Houston, the first year of a dual championship, where we played in the Galileo Division.
2016 MadTown ThrowDown WOW Factor
The WOW Factor Award celebrates a team that makes an impression on the judges. At the off-season competition MadTown Throwdown, Team 2135 won this for not only our clean, simple, elegant, and efficient design of our robot Max, but also the structure and "hands on" approach of our team.
2016 Chezy Champs Winners
The Chezy Champs Winner Award celebrates the Alliance that wins the final match of the competition. Team 2135 won this award with Team 1678 - Citrus Circuits, Team 971 - Mountain View HS Spartan Robotics, and Team 604 - Quixilver in September of the 2016-2017 school year, making us the Chezy Champions!
2015 MadTown ThrowDown Gracious Professionalism
The Gracious Professionalism Award celebrates outstanding demonstration of FIRST Core Values such as continuous Gracious Professionalism working together both on and off the playing field. Team 2135 won this award during an offseason competition in November of the 2015-2016 school year at Madtown Throwdown in Madera. Team 2135 won this award by cooperating and helping other teams, whether it was to lend a drill or to simply encourage them in their next round, we always show displayed professionalism.
2014 MadTown ThrowDown Spirit
The Spirit Award celebrates extraordinary enthusiasm and spirit through exceptional partnership and teamwork furthering the objectives of FIRST. Team 2135 won this award during an off-season competition in November of the 2014-2015 school year at MadTown ThrowDown in Madera. By being the most enthusiastic team, we won this award by cheering on every team and showing our team pride.
2014 Chezy Champs Finalist
The Finalist Award celebrates the Alliance that makes it to the final match of the competition. Team 2135 won this award with Team 971 - Mountain View HS Spartan Robotics and Team 846 - The Funky Monkeys in September of the 2014-2015 school year, losing only in the final match to Team 254 - The Cheesy Poofs who had just won the Championship in St. Louis a few months earlier.
2014 FIRST Central Valley Regional Winners
The Regional Winners Award celebrates the Alliance that wins the final match of the competition. Team 2135 won this award with Bellarmine's robotics Team 254 - The Cheesy Poofs and Team 973 - The Greybots in March of the 2013-2014 school year. This win took us to St. Louis that spring to participate in FIRST Championship matches.
2007 FIRST Rookie Inspiration
The Rookie Inspiration Award celebrates a rookie team’s outstanding success in advancing respect and appreciation for engineering and engineers, both within their school, as well as in their community. Team 2135 won this award at the Silicon Valley Regional held during March of the 2006-2007 school year.
2007 FIRST Web Site Excellence
The Web Site Excellence Award is given to all teams who meet a minimum scoring criteria from a panel of judges. Scoring is based not only on how well the site functions, but also how inviting and engaging it holds the viewer.