Captains and Sub-Team Leads
Each sub-team is led by a student who is passionate to teach, discover and encourage other students to develop a similar admiration for the contributions they are making towards the robot.
CAPTAIN – Michael attends Iroquois Ridge High School. He is in his second year of FIRST and enjoys programming and building the robot. In his free time, Michael enjoys programming, playing video games, and playing jazz music.
CAPTAIN’S ADVISOR – Celeste attends Oakville Trafalgar High School. She has been on an FRC team for 3 years, but has attended FRC competitions for the last 10 years. Outside of FIRST, Celeste plays field hockey and she performs in musical theater productions. Celeste’s favourite part of being on the team is going to competitions and being a part of the team bonding experience. She also enjoys Computer Assisted Design and game strategy.
PROGRAMMING LEAD – Ethan has over 6 years of FIRST experience in both FLL and FRC. He also mentors our recently formed FLL teams. Ethan enjoys programming in his free time and also participates in DECA.
DESIGN LEAD – Brian has 5 years of FIRST experience. His hobbies include Skimboarding, Ultimate Frisbee, and 3D printing. His most enjoyable part about being on the team is the experience and knowledge he is able to gain, while having fun.
MEDIA LEAD – Sam Hollinrake is from Iroquois Ridge High School. She has a passion for photography, and has been recognised for her efforts in competitions such as Ontario Skills and Art Odyssey. In her spare time, she enjoys archery, creating and listening to music, and bullet journaling. This is her second year on Team 1360, and is enjoying helping the team in regards to media.
BUILD LEAD – Emma attends Iroquois Ridge High School in Oakville. This is her second year on the team and third year of FIRST robotics experience. She has a passion for math and psychology, and in her free time Emma likes to read, dance, and go sailing. Emma’s favourite part of being on Team 1360 is collaborating with others who share her excitement for STEM.