Robotics Education & Competition Foundation
Online Challenges

Robotics Team/Club Website

This challenge is to develop a Website that promotes your entire robotics program - your VEX team(s) and any other robotics programs you participate in, your outreach activities, how to join, what you have done, who you are, where you are, and what you plan to do in the future. Since a school or other organization (such as a community club, 4-H club, Scout unit, TSA chapter, or Explorer Post) may have more than one team, this challenge is for your whole school or club, not just one team. In short, build a Website that tells the world how great youth robotics is, and how special your program is.



Free Range Robotics


Visit Free Range Robotics' Web Site at Comments and Suggestions Welcome! Team 2921 Free Range Robotics (Homeschoolers)
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Kalani Robotics Website for the VEX, FIRST, RWDC, Botball, Microrobotics, and other competitions. The site has information regarding our program and the community events occurring. Has images of our teams progress as well as previous years events. We have programs that we offer as an outreach as well as products that we sell to spread the world of STEM.
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Team 918 Pantherbots Page


Click here to visit the Hyde Park Pantherbots Page! :)
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VEX team 1138


Website of VEX team 1138. Its branched off the 1138 FRC team website.
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gus robotics


we are the recent champions of ct state championchips. we were also one of the few teams that did the first vex tournament. or other focus on first robotics.
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DiscoBots - 2010


DiscoBots' websites are a season long building process in which we learn the basics of html, php, javascript and using professional content management - Drupal. The website team has 6 dedicated members that work to present the DiscoBots to the world !
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Team KAOS 2010


Team 1429 2010 Website submission
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CHAMPS Robotics Academy - SPUR-Flys Website


The CHAMPS Charter High School Robotics Academy designs, builds, and programs robots for VEX Robotic Challenges. The Academy is split into two classes: The Advanced Robotics Class (pictured above) and the First Year Robotics class (Please see the NXT SPUR-Flys page). The Advanced Robotics Class consists of grades ten through twelve, and is divided into four teams: Teams 21, 21B, 21C, and 21D. The students always work in teams, collaborating in building and designing robots, and writing and planning out their engineering notebooks. To date, all four teams have qualified for the 2010 VEX World...
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A website created for symbiohsis to keep our team, as well as the community aware of our program and our triumphs/downfalls.
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Prime Robotics


Website can be viewed at We are a new NZ team with bug ambitions!!!
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