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What is FIRST® LEGO® League?

FIRST® LEGO® League introduces science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to children ages 4-16* through fun, exciting hands-on learning. Participants gain real-world problem-solving experience through a guided, global robotics program, helping today's students and teachers build a better future together.


Our three divisions inspire youth to experiment and grow their critical thinking, coding, and design skills through hands-on STEM learning and robotics.


From the machines that move us to the food that sustains us to the wireless technologies that connect us, energy plays an essential role in keeping our world running. During our 2022-2023 robotics season, FIRST ENERGIZE presented by Qualcomm, FIRST teams across our programs will reimagine the future of sustainable energy and power their ideas forward.

The CyberWolves won the Innovation Award at both the Lanier High School Regional competition  (December 3, 2022) and the Lanier High Super Regional Competition (January 14, 2023). They designed an app that helped people in real-time know of a cyber attack for an imaginary city. Though they won the Innovation Award, they did not advance to the State Championships. Congratulations, CyberWolves! All the experience you gained this year (all but one student were rookie FLL members) will give you a big headstart next year! A special thank you to our mentors Mr. Deshpande and Mr. Desai, and all our Techno Titans student mentors, especially Anjali Y and Bob W for all their support and guidance.


FIRST® LEGO® League 2021 - 2022

This year’s CARGO CONNECT challenge is for the robot to deliver cargo to different forms of

transportation or target locations around the field. The robot must activate mission models that represent transportation safety, efficiency, connection, and access.

DECEMBER 11, 2021 Regional Competition at Shiloh High School

After a long day of competition and presentation, the Cyber Wolves won the Robot Design Award. Due to COVID concerns they were unable to attend the Super Regional Competition on January 15, 2022.  

The Mechatrons won the Core Values Award, and look forward to to next year's competition. 

Congratulations to both our FLL teams! We look forward to working together again next year.


The CyberWolves
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The Mechatrons
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FLL 2020 - 2021

Previously, we mentored one FLL team, the Cosmic Wolves. With their huge success (Cosmic Wolves were Regional Team Winners of the 2020-2021 competition year), as well as our 2 exciting summer camps, the FLL team became so popular that we needed to split into our current 2 teams, the CyberWolves and the Mechatrons.

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