Cortechs Lego Robotics Camps
Description: Cortechs Robotics, FRC Team #5511, will be holding an introductory Lego Robotics Camp to prepare students (ages 9-15) to compete in the FIRST Lego League Robotics Tournament. Topics covered in this camp will include: An Overview of the FLL Program, Mechanical Robot Design, Robot Mission-Solving Strategy, Light and Ultrasonic Sensor Usage, Following Lines, and more.
Cortechs FLL Achievements
This camp will be instructed by experienced high schoolers and adult coaches whose accolades include: Winning 1st Place at the NC FIRST Lego League State Championship in 2014 and 2016, World Championship Judges Award and World Championship Core Values Award. Cortechs Robotics students have also mentored 5 FIRST Lego League teams over the past season, and have deep experience with teaching younger students.
Register for Upcoming FLL Camps!Location: Cary (Cary Towne Center Mall)
Dates: Aug. 7th – 11th
Time: 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm each day
Cost: Regular price of $150 per student.
(All funds collected from this camp will go towards supporting Cortechs Robotics, which is a 501c(3) nonprofit)
To secure a confirmed spot for the camp, please submit the below registration form and complete PayPal payment. Only after completing form and PayPal will you be officially registered.
Lego Robotics Camp Signup
“I loved everything because it was fun and exciting and I learned a lot”Past Camper
“I liked to do programming because I never did it before”Past Camper
“What I liked was the programming and building of the robot, and overall I loved the camp.”Past Camper
NOTE: First come first serve. There are limited spots for this camp. Payment must be made to reserve a spot
** If you cannot make these dates but are interested in the camp, please send an email to email@example.com and we will add you to the interest email list
Flyer PDF: Robotics Camp Flyer PDF
Below is a video of one of the FIRST Lego League Teams Cortechs Robotics has mentored competing and regionals.
The Cortechs family is all about bringing science and technology to the community, and the LEGO robotics program is a great venue for success. Students in grades 3 through 9 begin their engineering adventure early and build character traits crucial to success. In this way, we foster a love for engineering and problem solving through fun and engaging classes on how to build and program LEGO robots. Cortechs is currently reaching out to half a dozen teams of young LEGO roboteers, providing mentorship and direction to their robots.
First Lego League is a form of applied robotics for pre-highschool students. Students combine to form a team and solve challenges both in the real world and on the robotics mat. Each year a new challenge arrives and thousands of students across the world participate for a chance to move on to the next division of robotics. Students begin in their regional competition, continuing on to the state competition and then finally the world competition depending on their success. Our student mentors are well experienced in the world of Lego Robotics and have even been to the world competition themselves in the past year. Here is one of our mentored teams in action: