People we’re thankful for.
Being the one of the few continuously competing high school teams is hard, especially when you’re on a shoestring budget. We depend on our sponsors because we receive all of our funding from them — none of our funds come from our school. If your company is interested in sponsoring us, please drop us a line!
creates community-based knowledge-sharing tools. They have allowed us to use their software, making it easy for our team to retain knowledge when members graduate.
is a web-based hosting service for software development projects that use the Git revision control system. GitHub offers both paid plans for private repositories, and free accounts for open source projects.
Bay Area Circuits
is a leading PCB Manufacturer of Quick Turn and High Technology PCBs.
Hans works for Owens Design, which designs and manufactures automation equipment for customers worldwide. He and his wife graduated from Amador Valley High School in 1975. He then went on to earn engineering degrees from Cal Poly and UC Davis. Hans donated an oscilloscope to the team.
is a tool for rapid prototyping microcontrollers. ARM has generously donated an mbed microcontroller for our control systems.
offers integrated IT Service Management, Help Desk, IT Asset Management and CRM software for mid-market enterprises.
Karl and Melonie Schulze
Karl Schulze was one of the founders of AVBotz. He graduated from Amador Valley High School and went to Cornell University.
supplied several printed circuits boards which have allowed the team to miniaturize the control and passive sonar system.
is a community-based local sponsorship organization that issues educational grants to students and teachers. PPIE has supported our club with generous monetary donations, without which we could not have bought many amenities that make our submarine run smoothly.