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The Adventist Robotics League is sponsored by the Office of Education at the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists and is a US FIRST Affiliate Partner.  The Adventist Robotics League was started in 2002 by a group of educators led by Mel Wade. Its goal is to inspire students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and to provide unique academic and social skill learning opportunities through robotics in Adventist schools across North America. The Adventist Robotics League operates a number of FLL Qualifying Tournaments across the United States and one FLL Championship Tournament each year. The Adventist Robotics League looks forward to continued growth and expansion in both the elementary focused FLL and FIRST Tech Challenge for high school students.

North American Division

Director: Mel Wade Phone: (916) 481-2300 x120 (PST)
Championship Results

North Pacific Region

Walla Walla University School of Engineering
Director:  Steve Davis (800) 541-8900
Event Web Site: http://engr.wallawalla.edu/lego

Northern California Region

Event Location:  Sacramento Adventist Academy, Carmichael, CA
Director: Mel Wade Phone: (916) 481-2300 x120
Northern California Qualifying Tournament Results

Southern California Region

Southern and Southeastern California Conferences
Event Location: Glendale Adventist Academy
Director: James Willis  818-546-8456

Southern Union Region

Southern Adventist University School of Computing
Director: Tyson Hall (423) 236-2916

Mid Atlantic Region

Event Location: Blue Mountain Academy, Hamburg, Pennsylvania
Director: Jeff Bovee (610) 374-8331

NOTE: Registration for all events is through the FLL Registration System.

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  1. […] Adventist Robotics’ website states its history and mission: “The Adventist Robotics League is sponsored by the Office of Education at the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists and is a US FIRST Affiliate Partner.  The Adventist Robotics League was started in 2002 by a group of educators led by Mel Wade. Its goal is to inspire students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and to provide unique academic and social skill learning opportunities through robotics in Adventist schools across North America. The Adventist Robotics League operates a number of FLL Qualifying Tournaments across the United States and one FLL Championship Tournament each year. The Adventist Robotics League looks forward to continued growth and expansion in both the elementary focused FLL and FIRST Tech Challenge for high school students.” […]



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