Disc golf is a sport for everyone, young, old, male, or female.  Even if you have never been good at sports, you can still enjoy disc golf.  In this club, we will learn the basics of the sport, compete against each other in friendly tournaments and challenge matches, and help bring the sport of disc golf into the community. 

The University Interscholastic League (UIL) is well known in the sports community, but UIL also sponsors academic competitions in which students have the opportunity to compete up to state level.  UIL Computer Science is one of many subject areas in the UIL Academic contest.  It focuses on programming using the Java programming language.  The contest consists of a multiple-choice test with questions on programming logic, error detection, control flow, and knowledge of the Java syntax and grammar.  There is also a team programming portion where students have the opportunity to work together to create software solutions to a variety of programming problems.

The UIL Robotics team will compete as part of the B.E.S.T. Robotics competition each year.  Students will take a box of raw materials, a robotics micro-processor, a few motors and servos and design a functioning robot to compete in a game that mimics a real-world problem scenario.

The team will study the problem, design the robot, document their progress in an engineering notebook, create and deliver a marketing presentation for their solution, and drive their robot to victory!