Students building a robot

FRC Camps

The 2021 camps are complete. Please check back later this year for information on the 2022 camps. 

Robotics fans, rejoice: this camp was designed with you in mind. Students will collaborate to build and design a robot, which they will showcase in a fun competition on the last day. Each team, comprising 3-6 students, will start with a pre-built drivetrain, and then work together to create an upper structure to play the game. Students will use LabVIEW, C++, or JAVA to program the robot. 

Grades: 9-12

The 2021 camps are complete. Please check back later this year for information on the 2022 camps. 

This autonomous-only programming camp is for high school students who crave more time developing autonomous programs for their robots. Participants will take functional FRC robots and write autonomous programs for game challenges using sensors, camera, PID loops, and vision tape. During this one-week course, students may use the programming language of their choice (most are JAVA). They will have the chance to compete in 15-second and 45-second challenges with trophies on the line. Note: some FRC programming skills are required, while others will be taught.

Grades: 9-12

  • Robotics Game Challenge

    The 2021 camps are complete. Please check back later this year for information on the 2022 camps. 

    Robotics fans, rejoice: this camp was designed with you in mind. Students will collaborate to build and design a robot, which they will showcase in a fun competition on the last day. Each team, comprising 3-6 students, will start with a pre-built drivetrain, and then work together to create an upper structure to play the game. Students will use LabVIEW, C++, or JAVA to program the robot. 

    Grades: 9-12

  • Autonomous Programming

    The 2021 camps are complete. Please check back later this year for information on the 2022 camps. 

    This autonomous-only programming camp is for high school students who crave more time developing autonomous programs for their robots. Participants will take functional FRC robots and write autonomous programs for game challenges using sensors, camera, PID loops, and vision tape. During this one-week course, students may use the programming language of their choice (most are JAVA). They will have the chance to compete in 15-second and 45-second challenges with trophies on the line. Note: some FRC programming skills are required, while others will be taught.

    Grades: 9-12