Grand Rapids Junior Robotics
Register for the 2018 FLL and VEX Season!VEX registration is open. - FLL registration opens August 28 at 10pm. - Registration closes August 30 at 10pm.
Registration

Robotics Open House / First Lego League Build Event and VEX Information

 

 

 

 

 

Join us to check out the VEX “Turning Point” game field!!! VEX coaches will be available to answer any questions about Middle School and High School robotics. Also, we will have a couple fun nights of building the new 2018 LEGO FLL missions.

Who: Anyone interested in the robotics programs

When: Tuesday and Thursday, August 28 and August 30, 6:30-8:30pm

Where: Grand Rapids Christian School – Evergreen Campus – Room 20

1630 Griggs Street, Grand Rapids

coaches and volunteers needed for FLL and VEX

VEX registration is open
FLL registration opens August 28 at 10pm
VEX and FLL registration closes August 30 at 10pm
limited spaces available – registration is first come first served

Robotics Open House / First Lego League Build Event and VEX Preseason Practice

The new 2016 missions have finally arrived! Join us for a couple fun nights of building. Also, VEX team members can start looking at the VEX challenge. These practices are optional, arrive and leave whenever you would like. Official practice will start the following week.

Who: Anyone (Registration for teams opens on 9/02/16 on a first-come-first-served basis)

When: Tuesday and Thursday, August 30 and September 1, 6:30-8:30 pm

Where: Grand Rapids Christian School – Evergreen Campus – Room 20

1630 Griggs Street, Grand Rapids

Congratulations!

 

GRJR Teams

On Saturday, November 22, the GRCS FIRST LEGO LEAGUE (FLL) teams participated in the regional tournament at Grandville High School.  In this daylong event, the four teams from GRCS presented their research projects, teamwork activities, and robots to FLL judges.  In addition to the judged events, each team took part in a robot competition, putting the robots they had designed, built, and programmed through a variety of tasks and challenges.

 

There were a total of 47 teams competing in the tournament.  The GRCS teams took first and second place for Robot Innovation and Strategy, second place for Project Presentation, and second place overall.

 

Robot Innovation and Strategy:

1st place Team: Bacon Builders, 2nd place Team: Peanut Butter

 

Project Presentation: 2nd place: Master Builders

 

Tournament overall: 2nd Place Team: Peanut Butter

 

Team Peanut Butter will be advancing to the state tournament, which will be held in Flint, Michigan, on December 13. Last year they placed first overall in the regional tournament and are now headed to the state tournament for the third consecutive year!