dTHS robotics students meet after school to develop skills in programming, mechanical design, and electronics. Participating students enjoy a hands-on learning experience designed to enhance teamwork, project management, and creativity. The program culminates in the acclaimed FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) where students build a robot with advanced function, movement, and processing skills. Meanwhile, dedicated engineering courses allow students to develop skills in research and analysis, teamwork, technical writing, engineering graphics, and problem solving through activity, project, and problem-based (APPB) learning. Honors classes focus on solving real-world problems in mechanical, electrical, civil, and software engineering.