In 2000, a group of dedicated students at James Madison High School established an after-school robotics team. It was founded with the help of an incredible engineering teacher, the late Mr. Toss Cline. The team aimed to introduce teenagers of all backgrounds to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Through hard work and persistence, members could acquire the skills and knowledge to become future innovative leaders. As proud Madison Warhawks, the team adopted the nickname “The Warbots” and participated in the worldwide FIRST® Robotics Competition. More than two decades later, we continue to compete against other high schools.