OUR COMPETITIONS AND WORKSHOPS WILL BE OFFERED REMOTELY FOR THE 2020-2021 CHALLENGE SEASON
The Acadia Robotics Program, through the Jodrey School of Computer Science,
offer two junior competition programs,
and a senior competition program
- Robofest Senior Game Grades 9-12.
Our mission is to provide opportunities for students to expand their computer science knowledge by competing in annual robot programming competitions and related activities that feature real-world problem solving and teamwork.
Outreach provided throughout the season culminates in the Maritime Robot Programming Championship here at Acadia University each February, involving over 400 participants, 150 volunteers, media and many organizations. We depend heavily on financial support from external organizations and the committed volunteers who annually contribute to the season from late August through to mid-June.
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We offer 3 robot programming competition options:
More information on each of the competition options is provide by choosing the program you are interested in from the menu on the left.
|Program||Team size||Grade level||Register|
|FIRST LEGO League CHALLENGE||2-10||4-9||https://www.firstinspires.org/|
|Robofest Junior GAME||1-5||5-8||https://robofest.net|
|Robofest Senior GAME||1-5||9-12||https://robofest.net|
The 2020/21 Season is the 16th Anniversary of the Acadia Robot Robot Programming Competitions!
The 2020/21 Season is the 15th Anniversary of FLL Challenge in Nova Scotia!
New this year: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Robot Programming Competitions will be moved to a remote format. The Robofest championship competition will take place in late March. The FLL Challenge championship competition will take place in May with a practice event in February. Exact dates TBD.
See About Us for the history of our program!