First Robotics Competition
The First Robotics Competition (FRC) is a competitive robotics event for high school students. Under strict rules, limited resources, and an intense six-week time limit, teams are tasked with designing, building, and programming robots to compete in unique challenges with new rules and features that change from year to year. Students compete at regional, state, and world championship levels.
Drones for Good
G3 Drones for Good (DFG) engages middle school students, teachers, and professional engineering mentors in a STEM competition involving unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Teams develop an innovative UAV-based solution to a problem in their community, state, or world. They research, problem-solve, and collaborate to design, build, and fly their own UAVs. Unique to G3, this Atlanta competition is held in the spring at Grady High School.
First Lego League
First Lego League (FLL) challenges elementary and middle schools to think like real life scientists and engineers. They build, test, and program an autonomous robot to solve a set of missions based on real-world problems. G3 hosts an annual tournament for FLL teams around Atlanta and supports them during the build season. Like FRC, FLL students participate at regional, state, and world championship levels.