Grand Cayman, 29 June 2022: Nine Cayman Islands’ high school students will head to Geneva, Switzerland in October to compete against robotics teams from 180 countries in the FIRST Global Challenge.

Announced this week, the 2022 National Robotics team includes students from five high schools in the Cayman Islands: Maxwell Clarke, Alexander Walters and Kyah Morris (Cayman International School), Adi Binoy (Cayman Prep & High School), Marissa Wright and Teejhan Hansraj (John Gray High School), Diamond White and Michael Marzouca (St Ignatius Catholic School) and Drew Plania (Triple C).

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Two young Caymanians shared their journey from school to university to jobs at Dart at the recent Career Guidance Programme hosted by Minds Inspired and the Cayman Society of Architects, Surveyors and Engineers (CASE). 

Ten robots battled it out at the FIRST Tech Challenge on Saturday 26 March, competing for accuracy and speed as they maneuvered around the arena. Eighty students from five high schools in Grand Cayman designed, built, programmed and operated robots to compete in the inter-school tournament and for the chance to be selected in the Cayman Islands International robotics team.

Teams from Cayman Brac’s Layman E. Scott High School took first and second places in both middle- and high-school divisions of this year’s Minds Inspired SeaPerch Challenge held at Camana Bay Sports Complex pool on Saturday 12 March. Overall champions were middle school students Jovier Walton- Paz and Jaden Ebanks with their team the “Brac Bots.”

Industry-led summer camp introduces aspiring journalists to art of storytelling through technology

In partnership with seven local media houses, Dart’s Minds Inspired facilitated the launch of a new summer camp to introduce high school students to the world of journalism and media.

Dart’s Minds Inspired is preparing to roll-out a new sustainable development education challenge to all local high schools in September 2021, following a successful pilot programme with Cayman International School.