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Team Officers 2017-2018

Team Captain
    Alex Arteaga, 12th

Outreach Captain

    Jessica Lam, 11th

Build Captain
    Kiet (Jack) Chou, 11th

Journal and Business Captain
    Michelle Kakumasu, 12th




Adviser Mr. J Han


Mr. J Han has been leading the Robotics team since 2014. He is part of the Science Department and has experience teaching Biology, Biology Honors, Biotechnology, and Biomedical Science. He currently teaches Biomedical Science, coaches Science Olympiad, and Robotics at Wilson.

"Robotics goes beyond just building a robot and competing, it teaches students the importance of working together, sharing ideas, and treating others with respect and dignity. We are building a community focused on building a better world for tomorrow by engaging students in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)."


Why Join the Robotics Team?

Are you interested in building robots, programming, spreading the love of STEM, or being part of one of the most motivated and successful competitive teams on campus? Do you want to meet to Engineers from NASA, JPL, and Caltech? Do you enjoy doing community service and volunteer work? Then Join Robotics Today! We do more than just build robots: we become project managers, outreach to professionals, help spread STEM in the community, and volunteer at charitable events.

New Challenge for the 2018-2019 Season: Rover Ruckus


Pics from the 2017-2018 Season

Robot Hanging Practice

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Outreaches to Engineers and Recognition

Interested in Joining? Contact us.

Han, Jungsoo (626) 934-4529 Biology/Biomedical Science/Science Olympiad/Robotics

For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology

For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology

Tournaments and Results

January, 2018 Northern California Qualifying Tournament at Sacramento Adventist Academy

Awards - Winning Alliance and Inspire Award

January, 2018 Los Angeles Inter-league Championships

Awards - 2nd Inspire Award

February, 2018 Southern California State Championships at Monrovia HS

Awards - Motivate Award

April, 2018 FIRST World Championship @George Brown Convention Center - Houston, Texas

Awards - Finalist Think Award

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About Our Team

Our team started in 2012 as the RoboCats, with a small group of students interested in robotics. In 2015, we changed our team name to Alpha Genesis and began competing in FTC (First Tech Challenge) competitions in Southern California, Northern California, Nevada, and Texas. Our team is made up of 12 students from Glen A. Wilson High School, two coaches, and two mentor. Over 50% of our students come onto our team with no experience in robotics. Our team members are well-balanced and participate in various sports and activities such as, band, link crew, badminton, track, cross country, wrestling, swim, water polo, drama, and art.


Our mission is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership.