We're competing at the PNW District Championship in Cheney, WA! Watch the livestream from April 6-8!
We Are CyberKnights
We empower, encourage, and connect every student into science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to open doors and to provide opportunities to change lives. We are committed to building bridges that advance the culture of FIRST® within our community. Committed to bridging the existing gaps in STEM education.
FIRST inspires us to go beyond our community. FIRST is our equipment for a better tomorrow. We are unified in the belief that bridging gaps does not stop at the end of the season. It is a continuous effort that can start with anyone, regardless of gender, ability, age, or race.Learn More
The CyberKnights reach out a diverse group of students, who are typically underrepresented in STEM fields. By bringing robotics to these students, we are bridging the gaps and developing a stronger generation of leaders and innovators. Learn more about our outreach.
PNW District Championship
FIRST Robotics (FRC) Team 4911 CyberKnights, a robotics team from King’s High School, is proud to announce that Madeleine Schwitters has been named a FIRST Dean’s List Finalist at the PNW District Championships in Cheney, WA. Madeleine will now represent the team and the Pacific Northwest Region at the World Championships in Houston, TX. Winners will be announced on April 21, 2017 during a luncheon with Dean Kamen, founder of FIRST Robotics, and namesake of this prestigious award.
Special Olympics Unified Robotics™ conference April 21, 2017 in Houston, TX Seattle, WA – April 11, 2017 – FRC Team 4911 CyberKnights, a robotics team from King’s High School, is proud…
Three competitions in three weeks. The CyberKnights put in our hard work and dedication with a favorable outcome. Participating in district meets at West Valley, Mount Vernon, and Glacier Peak,…
For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology. FIRST.
FIRST® is an organization that wants to spark a passion for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math from a young age. The four programs of FIRST equip students with important life and problem-solving skills through technical challenges and business development. Advocating further that FIRST is “more than robots,” it inspires us to not only compete but to cooperate, teaching us to work together in order to solve tomorrow’s problems.Learn More