In British Columbia, the 2019/20 FIRST Tech Challenge season uses a League format leading on the the Provincial Championship. It means that your team will get more opportunities to play matches with your robot.Continue reading “FTC Season SKYSTONE”
What if you could build a better world? Where would you begin?Continue reading “FTC SKYSTONE Teaser”
Want one more chance to play Rover Ruckus? Or just the opportunity to build and program your first robot?
We’re planning a special Rover Ruckus Scrimmage on June 1st. This event is an opportunity for rookie teams to build and program their first robot and then have a chance to compete with it in matches.Continue reading “FTC Jump Start Scrimmage”
Know anyone who might be interested in starting a FIRST Tech Challenge team? FIRST British Columbia has grants available to help teams getting ready for their first competition season. Please read all the way down the page to see all the grant opportunities.Continue reading “FTC Grants 2019/20”
Jump Start has closed for the 2019/20 Season. New teams can register for the 2019/20 season starting in early May 2019.
Know anyone who might be interested in starting a FIRST Tech Challenge team? Would they like a FREE team registration?
Join the Jump Start program. You can start a team now, without the pressure of competition, and get connected to curriculum, events and other teams in the FIRST Tech Challenge community. And, when you register this year, you’ll get a FREE registration for next year. Visit the FIRST Tech Challenge page and for information.Continue reading “FTC Jump Start 2019”
The 2019 British Columbia FIRST Tech Challenge Championships were held on Saturday February 23, 2019.Continue reading “BC FTC Championship Results”
The British Columbia FIRST Tech Challenge Championships will be held on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at St. Michaels University School (3400 Richmond Road, Victoria). Families are welcome to come and watch. The best robot viewing is probably between 2-4pm.Continue reading “BC FTC Championship Feb 23”
The FTC Payette League 2 event was held January 27 at the Wilson School of Design in Richmond. Seven teams participated.Continue reading “FTC Payette 2 Results”
The second FTC event of the Payette League is on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at the Wilson School of Design in Richmond BC. (room 4900 – 5600 Kwantlen St, Richmond, BC V6X 3V8). There is a pay parking lot at the School.
The FTC Hadfield League 2 event was held January 19 at Oak Bay High School. 11 teams participated.
Continue reading “FTC Hadfield League 2 Results”