We make robots.

White Station High School Robotics, founded in 2010 in Memphis, Tennessee, joined FIRST in 2013. FIRST is an international organization that uses competitive robotics as a vehicle for promoting science & technology, allowing high school students to work side by side with professional mentors to learn skills ranging from engineering to marketing, animation and business. As a part of FIRST, we compete in the FRC league, which is the highest level of competition for high school students.

The White Station Robotics Team inspires and enourages our students to do great things. Whether they're in marketing, programming, design, or the build team, every student has a part to play in the success of the team.

Meet the 2017-18 team.

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Officers: Theo Patt, Levi Evans, Andrew Rutledge, Five Grant, James Mathis

  • Jerin Alam
  • Brandon Allen
  • Kush Bhatia
  • Adam Brooks
  • Kaleb Brunt
  • Ivan Campos
  • Madison Centobene
  • Andrew Chen
  • Kenneth Chiu
  • Frankie Correa
  • Jeffrey Davis
  • Tamia Davis
  • Jake Du
  • LJ Easterling
  • Will Eggleston
  • Gage Erwin
  • Levi Evans
  • Five Grant
  • Weston Hataway
  • Stephanie He
  • Nicholas Jeffers
  • Gideon Kpurubu
  • Ricki Le
  • Alan Lopez
  • James Mathis
  • Angus McKee
  • Baridakara Meneh
  • Arjun Menon
  • Michelle Nguyen
  • Viral Patel
  • Dinah Patt
  • Theo Patt
  • Elijah Raffel
  • Arjun Raj
  • Aryan Rajesh
  • Arvind Ramesh
  • Eduardo Reyes
  • David Robinson
  • Andrew Rutledge
  • Vaibhav Shah
  • Zoe Spikner
  • Grey Tabatabai
  • Keita Tanaka
  • Angel Vieyra
  • Salih Williams
  • Zoe Wolfe
  • Joanna Xiao
  • Junli Yang
  • Brandy Yuan
  • Nancy Yuan

Past years

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2016-17

Officers: Theo Patt, Daniel Finan, Levi Evans, Andrew Rutledge, Five Grant, James Mathis

  • Jerin Alam
  • Shridhar Athinarayanan
  • Kaleb Brunt
  • Sam Canales
  • Alex Chung
  • Tamia Davis
  • Robin Du
  • LJ Easterling
  • Will Eggleston
  • Gage Erwin
  • Levi Evans
  • John Fentress
  • Daniel Finan
  • Five Grant
  • Nicholas Jeffers
  • Kalpaj Kotta
  • James Mathis
  • Angus McKee
  • Michelle Nguyen
  • Viral Patel
  • Theo Patt
  • Arjun Raj
  • Pranav Rajashekar
  • Arvind Ramesh
  • Kristina Rodrigues
  • Andrew Rutledge
  • Rodrigo Sandoval
  • Akaash Seemakurty
  • Zoe Spikner
  • Kris Verma
  • Neil Verma
  • Takuma Walter
  • Joanna Xiao

2015-16

Officers:Theo Patt, Philip Fentress, Michael Lynch, Daniel Finan, Vera Liu

  • Jerin Alam
  • Olivia Asemota
  • Kaleb Brunt
  • Luis Chinchilla
  • Kip Clungeon
  • Justin Du
  • Robin Du
  • Will Eggleston
  • Levi Evans
  • Philip Fentress
  • Daniel Finan
  • Catherine He
  • Justin Hill
  • Alexander Lane
  • Vera Liu
  • Michael Lynch
  • Angus McKee
  • Abraham Nakayama
  • Brandon Nwokeji
  • Ankush Patel
  • Viral Patel
  • Theo Patt
  • Arjun Raj
  • Kareiel Roberson
  • Kristina Rodrigues
  • Andrew Rutledge
  • Rahul Sharma
  • Harry Sood
  • John Asa Thomason
  • Kris Verma
  • Neil Verma
  • Stephanie Wang

Building world-class robots isn't easy, nor is it inexpensive. Our sponsors make everything possible.

Interested in helping to fund the next generation of leaders and problem solvers? Both monetary and in-kind donations (including mentorships) are welcome. View our public sponsorship package, including brochure, sponsorship levels, budget, logos, and more. For more detailed information or to schedule a robot demonstration and team presentation, please contact us.


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The NASA Robotics Alliance Project seeks to create a human, technical, and programmatic resource of robotics capabilities to enable the implementation of future robotic space exploration missions.

The Memphis Chapter of the Society for Information Management is a professional society of local IT leaders organized proud to support the Memphis community on projects directly related to information systems.



Interested in sponsoring the team? Both monetary and in-kind donations (including mentorships) are welcome. View our public sponsorship package, including brochure, sponsorship levels, budget, logos, and more. For more detailed information or to schedule a robot demonstration and team presentation, please contact us.

Get in touch with 5045.

Email: wshsrobots@gmail.com

Phone Number: (901) 205-9827

White Station High School
514 South Perkins Road
Memphis, Tennessee 38117

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