2017 DPEA Students Attend SOLIDWORKS Convention


A NOVA episode on PBS, School of the Future, took an in-depth look at changing educational landscapes across the country, including those inside the DPEA.

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Team 1717 going to the FIRST World Championship

Team 1717 D'Penguineer Supporters:

After finishing in first place at their L.A. and California Central Valley regional competitions, Team 1717 and its robot the Lindsay Rose will compete in the FIRST World Championship in St. Louis from April 25-28!

Entering the championship, the D’Penguineers' robot is rated #1 in offensive power and holds the #2 adjusted ranking in the world -- out of 2,300 total teams!

Information about the championship can be found here:

DP Engineering Program a hit

Reprinted with permission of the Santa Barbara Newpress - Friday, April 20, 2012

Thank you to KEYT Channel 3 for covering the success of the students in the Dos Pueblos Engineering Academy. Under the leadership of physics teacher Amir Abo Shaeer, along with help from mentors in our community, the DP engineering academy has become a show-case of education at its best.

Lindsay Rose Robot on KEYT 3

Team 1717 presented the Lindsay Rose Robot to KEYT 3 News on April 10, 2012. Team 1717 will be heading to the First Robotics World Championship in St Louis, Missouri on April 25, 2012.

D’Penguineers Win Central Valley Regional FIRST Robotics 2012

The Dos Pueblos High School Team 1717 arrived at Madera South High School for the final day of the FIRST Robotics Central Valley Regional on Saturday, eager to defend its position as the top-ranked team at the Reboun

Rockwell Innovation in Control Award

By D'Penguineers

Dos Pueblos Engineering Academy's D'Penguineers, Team 1717, Tied for 1st place at the end of day 1; Central Valley Regional And Winner of the Innovation in Control Award.

The Rockwell Innovation in Control Award celebrates an innovatice control system or application of control component to provide unique machine function.

Los Angeles Regional Champions

Team 1717 and its alliances with Team 987 and 3512 have won the 2012 First Robotics LA Regional Championship.

Congratulations to the students and their mentors.

LA Regional Competition Videos can be viewed here:

Las Vegas Regional Robotics Competition

Team 1717 competes in their second tournament this season. The Las Vegas Regional Competition will be held at the Cashman Center on April 3 – 5.

This event is free to the public and people of all ages are welcome to attend. There’s a lot to see, and it’s a lot of fun.