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FLL Competition

In December of 2023, Singularity hosted a FIRST Lego League States Event in partnership with Saline Area Schools and FIRST in Michigan. Forty of the best teams from across the state attended the event and had a great time. The event was mainly staffed by Saline High School students — many of whom are Singularity members — and was a fun way to show the Saline community robotics on an elementary level.

STEAM Workshop

In the summer of 2023, Singularity hosted our first elementary workshop since COVID. We prepped five STEAM-based activities for the students and ended the session with a demo of our robot.

Bemis Farms STEAM Day

In 2023,  Bemis Farms (a local daycare) asked Singularity to put together a STEAM day for their summer camp. We put together five activities for the campers and they had a lot of fun working through them. We also brought our robot with us for the morning and the campers had fun watching it drive around. 

2023 Saline Competition

In 2023, Singularity hosted the Saline Competition for the second time! This is a huge event for us because we host and compete. On the hosting side, we spent four days at the school setting up, competing, and tearing down. We got many compliments on how well the competition was run and how well-suited Saline High School is for this competition. Additionally, this is the largest indoor event that Saline hosts each year, and we are proud of how smoothly it ran.

We saw many members of the Saline community there learning about robotics and enjoying the event. It was a great way to show Saline and other schools STEM in Saline.

2023 Open House

In 2023, Singularity hosted the first post-build season open house since the 2020 season. We invited parents, sponsors, school administration, and the general public to a presentation and tour of our shop so that the Saline community could see what Singularity works towards.

8th Grade Open House

In 2023, Singularity hosted our first-ever 8th Grade Open House. During one of our build season meetings, we invited 8th graders to visit the team, see what we do, and ask questions to encourage them to join the team in their freshman year.

Lucy Ann Lance Show

In 2023, Singularity was given the opportunity, through the Saline Area Chamber of Commerce, to be featured on the Lucy Ann Lance Show (a podcast). Two of our senior leads spoke about their experience on the team and promoted our 2023 competition.

2023 Gift Basket Donation

In 2023, Singularity once again donated a basket to Saline Area Social Services Gift Basket Donation Challenge. We built a rocket from the food we purchased and our business team had a lot of fun building it! We ended up placing second in the Clubs category!

Chamber of Commerce Presentation

In 2022 and 2023, Singularity students were invited to present to the Saline Area Chamber of Commerce about the FRC competition that was being hosted in Saline and the opportunities it would provide for local businesses. 

Washtenaw Area Pick-Up Robotics

From September to December of 2022 Singularity took part in Washtenaw Area Pick-Up Robotics (WAPUR) hosted by Ann Arbor District Libraries. WAPUR challenged teams to build a robot to compete in their challenge. In 2022, that challenge involved pushing mop buckets around the field. Additionally, each attending team was given an outreach table to do a STEAM activity for attendees. Our freshmen came up with the idea of tin foil boats and all ages had fun with the activity.

2022 Homecoming Parade

In September of 2022, Singularity once again marched in the Saline Homecoming Parade with our 2022 robot!

STEM Education Day

In August of 2022, Singularity was invited to be part of STEM Education run by Kettering University at Michigan International Speedway. There, we represented STEM and robotics at a high school level. Members got experience networking with sponsors and presenting our team to interested members of the community. 

Working With FLL Team

In May of 2022, a few Singularity students helped out at an FLL camp that was being run in Saline. For the last session of the camp, we brought our 2022 robot to show the students where FIRST and robotics could take them.

2022 Gift Basket Donation

Saline Singularity donated a basket to Saline Area Social Service's Gift Basket Challenge at the 2022 Spring Craft Show. Sticking to the theme of engineering and robotics, we made the food we donated into the shape of Wally. Our creative basket won second place in the challenge.

2022 Saline Competition

In 2022, Singularity hosted the first-ever FRC competition in Saline. 40 teams and 2500+ people from around the state came to compete. We got many comments on how well-run the event was and how well suited for a competition Saline High School is for such an event.  Additionally, we saw many members of the Saline community there, enjoying the event and learning about robotics and STEM. This was a great way to show the community about FIRST and to show the visiting schools that Saline is serious about STEM. Overall, both the school and FIRST in Michigan were happy with the event.

2021 Saline Homecoming Parade

In the fall of 2021, Singularity marched in Saline's annual Homecoming Parade. We also wheeled our 2021 robot in the parade!

Presenting to Atria Park Retirement Community

In 2021, Singularity students presented to a group of seniors at Atria Park, a retirement community in Ann Arbor. The presentation was held over Zoom and talked about the impacts of robotics and how STEM and robotics would continue to influence the future. Although the presentation was virtual, the seniors were attentive and asked good questions.

2021 Saline Scarecrow Competition

In 2021, Saline Singularity competed in the annual Saline Scarecrow Competition. We built a robotic Beast to fit the theme of fairy tale characters and put him up in downtown Saline. We won the Popular Vote category.

Mask Ear Savers

In the spring of 2020, when the lockdown was still in place, dedicated Singularity students 3D-printed mask ear savers, like the ones shown in the picture, to donate to local healthcare workers. Overall, a few hundred ear savers were printed and donated.

School Board Presentation

Each year, Saline Singularity joins Saline's FTC and FLL teams in presenting to the Saline Board of Education. This is our chance to show the Board what we do and how FIRST robotics and STEM are growing in Saline. The presentation is mainly done by students with students from 4th to 12th grade presenting.

Working With Local FTC Team

Throughout the 2019-2020 season, members of Singularity regularly helped at the meetings of the Hornet Hackers and the Cybugs, the two FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) teams in Saline. We helped guide students with new ideas for improving their robot for the world competition and with suggestions for the pushbots they were making.

2020 Singularity Open House

At the end of the Infinite Recharge build season, Singularity invited our sponsors, parents, and administrators to come and see our robot. This was a great way for our everyone to see what we had accomplished in our six-week build season.

2019 Saline Fair

In 2019, Saline Singularity competed in the Saline High School Club Showcase at the Saline Fair.  Among the many clubs there, we placed first.


Saline Singularity is very proud to have hosted a number of workshops promoting STEM to the community. We have hosted general recruiting workshops and an all-girls workshop All of our workshops are hands-on including activities such as learning to solder, building a sturdy tower, coding with Raspberry Pis, and designing CAD models. Additionally, we invite speakers from engineering careers to show students all of the opportunities that are available in STEM.


In the summers of 2017 and 2018, Saline Singularity worked with team 6101, Strange Quarks, from Ann Arbor to run Q27. This workshop was for FIRST LEGO League students and focused on teaching basic STEM principles while having fun. Students participated in an egg drop, making a chemical reaction, and building a working robot. The day was finished off with demonstrations from both FRC teams' robots.