Robotics Education & Competition Foundation
Online Challenges

VEX Robotics Photography Challenge

Through photography, showcase youth using VEX to explore STEM. Compose a photograph that features one or more students working on a robot, testing, planning or celebrating your VEX team’s accomplishments. Use a photograph to show the judges something about your own story of involvement on a competition team, in a classroom or as a hobbyist working with VEX.



If you had fun, you won


We may not have been the most successful team over the years, but we have achieved great things and have had a good time too.
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750 Focus


A picture of the team working productively.
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Competition Day


Team 81D (Darwin) from Brandywine Robotics VEXMEN is checking their robot before their first competition.
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Middle School Outreach

Cassidy E

As a part of our outreach we have team members who teach middle school students how to program and build robots. Here, Chris Trickey and Alex Coleman are helping a middle school student learn the basics of programming.
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Rebuild Day


Two of our engineers hard at work in preparation for our last competition before Nationals!
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Our Team Members helping to set up the field on a...


On most competitions you don't have much time, but we still have enough time to help others and volunteer for setting up the field.
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Outreach Coach

Cassidy E

As a part of our outreach we have team members who teach middle school students how to program and build robots. Here, Grant Walton is proudly with his middle school students after winning one of their first matches in the local Kern Robotics League.
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The Duckie Picture


A picture showcasing robotic enthusiasm.
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Teaching robotics and STEM Education to middle...


Here you can see two of Glenfield College’s robotics students showing middle school students some VEX robots before they let them have their turn to drive. These middle school students then proceed onto the data logging room to continue with different science experiments. Along the back wall you can see the game objects for each year’s competition as well as our awards, team shirts and banners. This photo shows the importance of teaching STEM education to younger students, as well as being proud of our teams past.
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It takes a team to fix a problem


Our team at Pearl City High School is fixing a problem that we had at the International VEX Summer Games held in Honolulu, Hawaii.
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