BLOOMINGTON ROBOTICS CLUB

"Continuously Striving to Get Kids Excited About Science and Technology"
Bloomington Robotics Club is instrumental in providing Indiana educators and students the necessary resources to integrate robotics into learning activities and to support robotics teams.

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Bloomington Robotics Club, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is supported by the generous contributions of individual members, schools, colleges, organizations, foundations, and businesses. 
  • COOK Medical
  • Ivy Tech Community College
  • VisualEdge, Inc.
This grant provides robotics teams in the state of Indiana the resources for travel, entry fees and other team related costs for participating in local, regional, state or national contests.

Bloomington Robotics Club
League Play Results 2016-2017

BRC Competitions 2017-2018
  1. Two divisions: Pre-College (Elementary, Middle School and High School aged students) and College/University (Any post-secondary team).
  2. Divisions will not compete against each other.
  3. Four contest locations over a 5 month period.
  4. Multiple games in each division. Based on the National Robotics Challenge contest.
      Pre-College College/University
     Mini-Sumo Robot X
     X
     Pick & Place Programming X X
     Robot Maze Contest X X
     Robo Hockey X 
    *rules are at bottom of page!

  5. Prepares teams to compete at the National Robotics Challenge in April 2018. http://www.thenrc.org/

Saturday, November 4th, 2017
12th Annual Bloomington Robotics Club 
&
Ivy Tech Community College
Robotics Contest

When: Saturday, November 4, 2017
 7:30 am Doors Open/Check-in
 8:00 am Practice Opens
 9:00 am Check-in and Practice Ends
 9:15 am Announcements
 9:30 am Competitions Begin
 3:30 pm Awards

Where: Ivy Tech Bloomington  
200 Daniels Way
Bloomington, IN 47404
COOK Pavilion - Shreve Hall (building map)

200 Daniels Way



Team Registration: Now Open, Click Here
Each team must fill out a separate registration.

Admission Fee: 12 non-perishable canned food items per school/organization. Counts for BRC League Play points

BRC Championship Series Winner is the team that scores the most points in the 3 BRC League Play competitions (Point system is 10 for 1st, 7 for 2nd, and then 6,5,4… descending to 8th place). Pounds of food donated will be the tie-breaker if needed.
Winner will receive $500

Saturday, 
2nd Annual Bloomington Robotics Club Area 30 Career Center
Robotics Contest

Events:

When: TBD
 7:30 am Doors Open/Check-in Begins
 8:00 am Practice Opens
 9:00 am Check-in and Practice Ends
 9:15 am Announcements
 9:30 am Competitions Begin
 3:30 pm Awards

Where: Area 30 Career Center
1 North Calbert Way
Greencastle, IN 46135
phone: (765) 653-3515

Area 30 Career Center




Team Registration

Admission Fee: 12 non-perishable canned food items per school/organization. Counts for BRC League Play points

BRC Championship Series Winner is the team that scores the most points in the 3 BRC League Play competitions (Point system is 10 for 1st, 7 for 2nd, and then 6,5,4… descending to 8th place). Pounds of food donated will be the tie-breaker if needed. 
Winner will receive $500

Saturday, 
1st Annual Bloomington Robotics Club Clay City High School
Robotics Contest

Events:
 

When: TBD

Where: Clay City Jr./Sr. High School

Clay City Junior-Senior High School


Team Registration:

Admission Fee: 12 non-perishable canned food items per school/organization. Counts for BRC League Play points

BRC Championship Series Winner is the team that scores the most points in the 3 BRC League Play competitions (Point system is 10 for 1st, 7 for 2nd, and then 6,5,4… descending to 8th place). Pounds of food donated will be the tie-breaker if needed. 
Winner will receive $500


2nd Annual Bloomington Robotics Club Martinsville High School
Robotics Contest

Events:
 

When: TBD 

Where

Martinsville High School



Team Registration:

Admission Fee: 12 non-perishable canned food items per school/organization. Counts for BRC League Play points

BRC Championship Series Winner is the team that scores the most points in the 3 BRC League Play competitions (Point system is 10 for 1st, 7 for 2nd, and then 6,5,4… descending to 8th place). Pounds of food donated will be the tie-breaker if needed. 
Winner will receive $500




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