Sunday, October 25, 2020



Grades K-4

Grades 4-8

Grades 7-12

Grades 9-12

FIRST LEGO League Jr. is an exciting opportunity for the youngest budding scientists. It encompasses the core concepts of all FIRST programs to inspire, excite, and introduce kids to the wonders of science, technology, and engineering.

The goal of FIRST LEGO League Jr. is to provide an experience that will capture young children's inherent curiosity and creativity and direct it toward discovering the possibilities of improving the world around them through understanding, thought, planning, and technology.

FIRST LEGO League (FLL) introduces young people ages 9 to 14 to the fun and excitement of science and technology while building self-confidence, knowledge and life skills.

Teaches the benefits of teamwork
Sparks initial interest in science and technology
Introduces basic design skills through a hands-on approach with the familiarity and fun of LEGO building
Provides a culture of sharing and learning from others

The FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) is a mid-level robotics competition for high-school students. It offers the traditional challenge of a FIRST Robotics Competition but with a more accessible and affordable robotics kit.

The ultimate goal of FTC is to reach more young people with a lower-cost, more accessible opportunity to discover the excitement and rewards of science, technology, and engineering.

The FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) is an exciting, multinational competition that teams professionals and high-school students to solve an engineering design problem in an intense and competitive way.

FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) is a unique varsity sport of the mind designed to help high-school-aged young people discover how interesting and rewarding the life of engineers and researchers can be.

The FIRST Robotics Competition challenges teams of young people and their mentors to solve a common problem in a six-week timeframe using a standard "kit of parts" and a common set of rules. Teams build robots from the parts and enter them in competitions designed by Dean Kamen, Dr. Woodie Flowers, and a committee of engineers and other professionals.



The St. Louis Regional participates in events throughout the bi-state area
and hosts competitions yearly. The event summary is listed below
each event logo. Click on the logo to view St. Louis regional event details.

An attempt has been made to depict the relative robot size by robotics program.

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