OUR COMPETITIONS AND WORKSHOPS WILL BE OFFERED IN-PERSON FOR THE 2022-2023 CHALLENGE SEASON
The Acadia Robotics Program, through the Jodrey School of Computer Science, offers two junior competition programs,
- FIRST® LEGO® League Challenge, Ages 9-14 FLL – February 18th, 2023
- Robofest Junior Game, Grades 5-8 Robofest Feburary 19th, 2023
and a senior competition program
- Robofest Senior Game Grades 9-12. February 19th, 2023
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.
Follow us on Twitter: AcadiaRoboticsNS
Join us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/acadiarobotics
Watch our September 30th, 2022 season update here: https://youtu.be/g3_QKW93Zj4
Watch our October 31st, 2022 season update here: https://youtu.be/gNs63jNMBN8
We offer 3 robot programming competition options:
More information on each of the competition options is provided 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|
2023 Robofest Senior Award Winners
1st: Royal Robots
3rd: The Robats
2023 Robofest Junior Award Winners
1st: Techno Ninjas
2nd: GCS Jr 1
3rd: Sacred Sharks 3
2023 FIRST LEGO League Challenge Award Winners
1st: Armbrae Ospreys
2nd: Booker Flames
The 2022/23 Season is the 18th Anniversary of the Acadia Robot Programming Competitions!
This year: The Robot Programming Competitions will be an in-person competition hosted at Acadia University. The Robofest and FLL Challenge competition will take place during the RPC weekend on February 18th-19th, 2023.
See About Us for the history of our program!