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Current Students

TechBrick, formed in early 2003, is an independent robotics and STEM education club for home-schooled, public, and private school students in Harford, Baltimore, and Cecil counties. We have more than 100 active registrations with weekly meetings of children and parents (who are encouraged to stay and participate). Our teams have participated in numerous championships both regionally and at Worlds.

In 2017-18 TechBrick has 80 enrolled students partcipating in FLLJr, FLL, FTC and FRC teams. We have students from more than 30 regional schools.

This Year's FRC Students

Zexuan (Jason) Yan



David Peter Fountain



Cole Force


"I have always been interested in engineering and computer science.  Robotics seems like the next logical step in gaining experience in these fields."

Gwyneth Steel

Aberdeen High School

I am a senior at Aberdeen High School.  This is my first year in FRC.  Looking to become an Electrical Engineer, designing electrical vehicles that helps the environment.  

Russell Chiu

Aberdeen High School

I would like to learn more aout robotics, specializing in programming Python.

Billy Dunbar

Kennard-Dale High School
"I am interested in this program because I'm very interested in robotics and am excited to learn more about them. I'm especially interested in the mechanical and electrical engineering aspects as well as programming."

Stephen Nguyen



Jacob Keeler

Aberdeen High School SMA

"I am interested in this program because my friends told about how much fun it is. Also that i want to learn more about robotics and problem solving."

Max Cerasoli

Aberdeen High School SMA

"I have wanted to get into robotics for a long time, and would like to get some experience coding robots. I also like enjoy designing and building mechanisms ( I've had some experience with lego mindstorm)."

Aidan Maclellan-O'Brien

Home School/Harford Community College

I have participated in Robotics for the last six years.  I want to continue in Robotics and major in Aerospace Engineering.

Ry McClure

Patterson Mill

"I want to participate in a program that will allow me to work with programming and engineering in a group environment. In school, these opportunities don't arise often, and at home you don't get experience with a team."

Rebekah Knox

C. Milton Wright
"I want to learn more about robotics."

Helen Lortie



TJ Mccartygibson

"I liked it last year. I want to do more programming."

Joshua Zbozny

Aberdeen High School SMA
"I like programming and engineering, so this seems interesting to me. My brother also did this program and he really enjoyed it, so I think I will too."

Jared Kraczek

Aberdeen High School

I am interested in learning wiring and electronics.  I hope to major in Chemical Engineering.

Dominick Paolercio

Aberdeen High School SMA

"I really enjoyed the small portion of robotics that I was exposed to in SRT this year.  I think it would be a great experience to get in-depth, hands on working toward a robotics competition."

Sophia Knap

Aberdeen High School SMA
"I am interested in FTC, because it has been fun for the past two years and very intuitive as well as educating. I would like to proceed this program."

Daniel Khoshkhoo

Aberdeen High School

I plan to major in Computer Engineering and be my generation's Bill Gates.

Desmond Mcallister

Edgewood High School
"My son is very interested in the program because he has a great passion to build and create. He is very creative and skillful. He is very motivated and determined. He has the endurance, passion and the competitive nature in him to win."

Evan Scarborough

Aberdeen High School SMA

"This kind of program interests me because I would like to major in Computer Science when I can in college. I also think this program would suit my interests because I have always had a fondness of robotics."

Cameron Hobbs

Aberdeen High School

I am interested in learning higher technology equipment and team collaboration, focusing on mechanical engineering.

Ian Morrill

Aberdeen High School SMA

"I'd like to be able to further my programming skills alongside other kids that like programming as much as I do. I also would like to learn better building skills, so that I can apply that to building things with my Arduinos that I have at home."

Amy Pham

Aberdeen High School SMA
"I have always had an interest in robotics and programming, so participating in FRC will give me an opportunity to exercise these skills."

Selena Hamilton

Aberdeen High School

I'm interested in FRC because I can explore hands-on learning.  I'm hoping that FRC can steer me towards a career in computer science.

Colt Merrifield

Kennard-Dale High School

"To gain experience with higher level Robotics. One day I would like to work as a civilian in the military in the field of robotics. I could use my experience to help the military and our country."


TechBrick Robotics
Forest Hill, MD USA
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD USA

TechBrick Program Contact
Marco Ciavolino

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