Members of the Claret Robotics Team exhibited excellence during the 22nd Philippine Robotics Olympiad held last August 10-11, 2023, at the Subic Bay Gym, Olongapo City, Zambales. With the theme, “Connecting the World,” Claretians were challenged in their creative, intellectual and critical thinking skills. In the Robo Sports Category, Claret Team ranked third with the Double Tennis exhibit; while in the Robo Mission JHS Category, Claretians were finalists.



The Claret Robo Sports Team included Alejandre Kendrick C. Arellano (9-Felipe de Jesus Muñarriz, CMF) and Xian Karl V. Rimando (10-St. Francis of Assisi). On the other hand, the JHS Robo Mission Team from CSQC were Railey Royce T. Ballentos (7-Eugenio Herran Pedrosa, CMF) and Vince Reiner B. Cambri (7-Thomas Mitchell, CMF).

The trophy for 3rd Place in the Double Tennis, Robo Sports Category


The team with Fr. Mauricio T. Ulep, CMF, the School Director


The Claretian students, with their collaboration during the competition, showed their skills in building and programming the robots to accomplish tasks and missions. With the support of their parents, coaches and former members of the Claret Robotics Team, the said Claretians were able to reach the finals of the competition with passion and dedication.


The team with Fr. Mauricio T. Ulep, CMF, the School Director and Mrs. Razerly D. Ibañez, the School Principal


With such engagements of the students, Claret School of Quezon City continues to ignite the skills of the Claretians as they face the challenges of the future. #ScientiaMaximeCumVirtute