Grades K-4

Captures young curiosity by exploring real-world scientific challenges, learning teamwork, and working with motorized LEGO® elements

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Grades 4-8

Elementary and middle school-aged students research a real-world engineering challenge, develop a solution, and compete with LEGO-based robots of their own design

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Grades 7-12

Teams of middle and high school-aged students are challenged to design, build, and program a robot to play a floor game against other teams’ creations.

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Grades 9-12

High school-aged teams compete head to head on a special playing field with robots they have designed, built, and programmed.

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RoboChicks Dell Laptop Giveaway!

The Robochicks are giving away a Dell Inspiron 13 Laptop to one lucky Middle or High School girl in Georgia.  Entrants must have an interest in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering Arts, and Math)…
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FRC Kickoff at Georgia Tech Update

For those teams attending the Atlanta Kick-off event at Georgia Tech on Saturday, January 6, 2018.  At this event, you will hear from the local Georgia FIRST organization, the Georgia Tech RoboJacket…
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Round 2 FRC Qualifying Event Selection

The second round of event selection for FIRST Robotics Competition teams is complete and by now, all teams should know which events they’ve been selected for.  We hope everybody got the events …
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FTC League Rankings Posted

The current rankings for the following FIRST Tech Challenge leagues have been posted. Red League – East Atlanta Area – Meet #1 Purple League – North Georgia Area – Meet #1 Etow…
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GRITS Event Details Updated

Georgia FIRST Robotics is proud to announce our 8th Annual Georgia Robotics Invitational Tournament and Showcase, GRITS!  High school FIRST Robotics teams from around the state will compete in this t…
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Round 1 FRC Qualifying Event Selection

This year’s event selection process has two selection rounds, with each team choosing the order of preference for the event they’d like to attend.  Teams will be ordered randomly, and the…
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FRC Email Blast, September 22, 2017

Georgia FIRST Robotics September 22, 2017 Team Email Blast #3 Are you ready to Power UP! A few items of interest.  Please Read! Event preference registration is now open (as of September 21st) and wi…
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FRC Email Blast, September 7, 2017

Georgia FRC Teams, We have a few items of interest to share with you.  Please read: NASA Grants open NOW:  The NASA grant application is now open and can be accessed here.  There are three categor…
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FRC Email Blast, August 31, 2017

Georgia FRC Teams, As we are all settled back into the routine of school for the new year, it is time to dust off our robots and start planning for the upcoming season.  We have a few items of intere…
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