Photos:GSTS ROBOTICS Team at Worcester Technical High School, USA
The Ghana Secondary Technical School is to represent Ghana in the United States of America for
the 2018 World Robotics Festival at Michigan.
The Ghana Secondary Technical School Robotics (GIANT BOT1) is representing Ghana at the United States for the World Robotics Competitions at Michigan.
This World Robotics festival is Attended by Top High Schools in the United States, India and China who are into robotics productions relating it to real life or world applications and problem solving modules.
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The GSTS Robotics Team Visited several Schools in Massachusetts, including Worcester Technical High
The GSTS Robotics Team (GIANTBOT1) moved from the New Hampshire airport to the New England Aquarium, Massachusetts, to the Harbor Fog Sculpture, in Rose Kennedy Greenway, to the Boston Tea Party, Federal Reserve Bank in Boston.
They also visited the Atlantic Trust Building, a six-story brick and beam structure built in 1890.
They had to pass through the Boston Harbor Hotel.
The Vice President of GAA, Gt. Tetteh Abbeyquaye (1989), Gt. Walter Kwami (1984, GAA obroni in Jacket and Jeans), and Gt. Anthony Ashon (1981, founding member of the North American Chapter) took them round.
They visited Worcester Technical High School yesterday morning and toured their Robotics Lab, biotechnology labs,
Machine, Carpentry and other workshops.
Worcester Technical High School Assistant Principal, Michelle Phenix, introduces the GSTS Robotics team to a group of students (for privacy reasons students faces are not shown) In the Video Below.
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