The 2024 K12 Robotics League gives students the opportunity to showcase their creativity, problem-solving skills, and coding expertise.

Students in 
grades 412

Team access to virtual 
robotics software

First three rounds of competition
are virtual

Top 11 semi-finalists teams
will compete
in person

Welcome to the 2024 K12 Robotics Competition!

This year, we invited students in grades 4–12 to join the K12 Robotics League. Students worked in teams of two or three, with guidance from their instructors, and participated in two virtual qualifying rounds. Teams competed against others in their grade bands (4–6, 7–9, and 10–12) and skill levels (intermediate and advanced).

Today, we celebrate the top teams from the qualifying rounds as they compete for the national championship! Congratulations to all the students participating today—you’ve demonstrated incredible creativity, problem-solving skills, and coding expertise. Be proud of your achievements and enjoy this exciting culmination of your hard work!

Let the bot battles begin!

Date: June 19th, 2024
Time: 8:30AM ET
Location: Live-streamed on Facebook + Youtube
Hosted by: K12

Competition Schedule

The first three rounds of competition will take place virtually. The top 11 teams will be invited to the national competition in June 2024.

Initial Friendly Challenge

January 24, 2024

1st-Round Qualifier

March 11-15, 2024

2nd-Round Qualifier

April 8-12, 2024

Final Round

in June, 2024
The K12 Robotics League is an independent initiative and is not affiliated with Cogmation. The $40 registration fee provides participants with access to the robotics software used in the league and to an initial robotics challenge available to all league participants. Please note that the software has specific system requirements; available on PC systems, Windows 10 version 17763.0 or higher, x64 architecture, an integrated keyboard and mouse, DirectX version 9, a minimum of 4 GB of memory, an Intel i3 or AMD A8 processor, and an integrated graphics card. It is important to ensure that your PC meets these requirements before registering.
The use of this software is at your own risk, and it is not necessary to possess a physical robot to participate in the league. We encourage all participants to carefully review the terms of service related to software usage to ensure compliance with safety guidelines and regulations. Your registration indicates your acknowledgment and acceptance of these terms.

Please review the rules and regulations related to Robotics League. These terms and conditions must be agreed to upon registering.

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