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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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Tips for Houston

If you are a part of one of the 16 teams that are advancing from PCH to Houston, congratulations! While several of you have been to the World Championships before, I am sure that many of you will be e…
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Down Time

Down Time Now that your robot is in a bag, you may be finding yourselves with quite a bit of free time that you are not sure what to do with. Sure you will be going to two (or three) district competit…
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Bringing Home the Bling

You know what I’m talking about… AWARDS! At every competition you attend, you will notice those volunteers wearing blue polos with the daunting words “Judge” on them. They may be coming into y…
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FRC Resources you should know about

Resources A huge part of being successful in FRC is knowing what resources you have available to you and working within your limitations. For example, if you are a team that only has access to some ha…
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Scouting

Scouting is an incredibly important part of FRC that many teams overlook. Who you chose to play with in eliminations can be the difference between walking home with a nice, shiny blue banner or walkin…
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Larger than Georgia

Larger Than Georgia   Have you ever wanted to get involved in the FRC community outside of Georgia, but didn’t know how? Well today I am going to share some of my favorite ways to get involved …
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Networking

Networking Networking tends to be a word that scares a lot of people, but it is really super simple, and can be as easy as making a friend on a new team. Whenever you are at an event, try to get in th…
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Bumpers

For many of you that one word is probably the bane of your existence. How is it that every season we can design and build these incredible 120 pound robots, yet we struggle to put together some plywoo…
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