IT-oLogy Tech League

STEAM Competition for Grades 3-12

IT-oLogy Tech League

IT-oLogy Tech LeagueIT-oLogy’s STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) competition provides an outlet for students to develop job readiness and innovation skills through hands-on integrated challenges in the areas of:

  • Robotics
  • Programming
  • Cyber
  • Drones
  • Aeronautical simulation

This competition fosters the development of South Carolina’s 21st Century Graduate in which students in grades 3-12 will compete against other students in their division (elementary, middle and high school) through a series of 3 competitions throughout the school year. Teams may be comprised of 3-6 students within the same grade level. The competition scenarios will feature the following technologies:

Competition 1: Robotics and Programming (November 18th, 2017) Registration is now open through November 10th, 2017!
Competition 2: Robotics, Programming, and Cyber Technology (February 17,2018)
Competition 3: Robotics, Drones, and Aeronautical Simulations (April 28th, 2018)

Each competition is held 10:30 am – 1:30 pm at the Richland Public Library, 1431 Assembly St, Columbia, SC.

The competition scenarios packet will be available to registered teams beginning on October 9th, 2017. Registered teams will be given two rounds to complete the tasks. Trophies will be awarded to the top 3 teams in each division.

Review the Rules and Regulations here. Learn about Volunteer Opportunities here.

Click below to register your team!


Equipment Needed for the November Competition

Only 1 robot type is allowed per team. However, multiple teams within an organization can select different robots.

Hardware – Click any of the links below to learn more
LEGO Robot EV3 Core Set
mBot – mBot v.1.1 – Blue (Bluetooth)
Boe-Bot Kit – Serial
*LEGO NXT Robot can also be used
Laptop with internet capability

Bitsbox application
LEGO Mindstorm EV3 Education App
Parallax Basic Stamp App for Boe-Bot

Training Opportunities

We will schedule and host workshops that will introduce students to the exciting world of technology and teach them the skills they need to compete. Whether or not a student chooses to join an organized Tech League team, this workshop will grow his or her technical abilities and self-confidence.

Past Competitions

Read about the 2016-2017 winning teams from the Regional Autonomous Robotics Circuit (RARC): 


Tech League

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