Marfa Education Foundation has supported the FIRST Robotics Competition program at Marfa ISD for four years. The successes in teaching the fundamentals of, and inspiring interest in, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) have led to the expansion of Robotics into the junior high and grade school levels.  In the spring of 2017 the Robohorns won the silver medal in a state-wide competition, showing the ability of our students to successfully compete with much larger robotics programs in city schools. In 2015, the Robohorns (the only team with a female captain, Eva Guevara) competed in the "FIRST" robotics World Championship in St. Louis, Missouri, after advancing against 47 other teams from across the country in the national championship. GO ROBOHORNS!!!