OSS Team 4013 Clockwork Mania competed at the FIRST World Championship held in St. Louis Missouri from April 25 to April 28, 2012. There are over 2,000 FRC teams in the world. Only 400 of those get to participate in the World Championship.

Clockwork Mania advanced to the World Championship in their rookie year, a feat that has taken other veteran teams much longer to accomplish. FRC is a competition geared towards high schools students; our team is composed of 8 and 7 graders. We knew that OSS had some of the best students in Orange County. Our academic athletes have shown they are among the best in the state and the nation. Now Clockwork Mania accomplishments have demonstrated that we have some of the best talent in the world. OSS is very proud of Clockwork Mania. The followed team members represented OSS at the FIRST World Championship: Carlos Barea, Sebastian Orellana, Edwin Cruz, Camila Berrios, Mashnun Munir, Brandon Delfosse, Daniel Stetzinger, Nikhil Mahalonobis, and their robot Sir Clockworth, they were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Barea, Mr. Orellana,  Mrs. Mahalanobis, and Mr. Kaya. The team already started to work on next year competition by planning fundraising and activities to promote the team, FIRST (www.usfirst.org) and robotics. Stay tune for more news from Clockwork Mania in the near future.

4013 Clockwork Mania competed at the FIRST World Championship held in St. Louis Missouri from April 25 to April 28, 2012. There are over 2,000 FRC teams in the world. Only 400 of those get to participate in the World Championship.