About OZone


OZone Robotics has a mission to provide students in the Olentangy Local School District an educational opportunity in which they learn to use state-of-the-art programming, building, electronics, and design technology under the supervision of multiple highly-talented mentors and apply skills learnt in a team environment through preparation for competitive robotics competitions under any combination of the following specialties in order to benefit the team: Build, design, code, drive, electrical, and business.

The namesake for OZONE is derived from Olentangy High School, Orange High School, and Liberty High school; the original 3 Olentangy schools that existed at the creation of the team. After Berlin High School was built in 2018, the OZONE name stuck.

The ozone molecule for which the team is named consists of 3 oxygen molecules– or 3 “o’s”–as team that unified the Olentangy Local School District.