The Technology Student Association (TSA) VEX Robotics Competition (VRC) and the TSA VEX IQ Challenge (VIQC) provide students with exciting opportunities to learn about science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). See the results of the 2019 TSA VEX VRC and the 2019 TSA VEX IQ, held at the 2019 National TSA Conference near Washington, D.C. These events complement the existing technology-related competitions offered by TSA, and involve the same action-packed experience of VEX events. The format of the TSA VEX competitions allows team members to participate in VEX events and TSA competitive events and activities at the National TSA Conference. LEAP documentation is not required for the TSA VEX Robotics competitions.
These links are from 2019:
Here are the steps to register in any VEX competition at the state or national levels:
1. Affiliate with TSA for the 2020–2021 school year.
2. Register as a VEX IQ Challenge team (VIQC for middle school chapters) or VEX Robotics Competition (VRC for high school chapters). (Link to be posted).
3. Pay the VEX registration fee in full.
2019 VEX Games Overview
VEX IQ (middle school): 2019 VIQC Game - NEXT LEVEL
VRC (high school): 2019 VRC Game - TURNING POINT
Find a VEX event.
2018 National TSA Conference VEX Finalists
|Questions? Please contact:|
Matt Merfeld, TSA event coordinator, 509-773-5846, email@example.com
TSA strives to ensure that competitive event judging results are accurate and fair. Although training, supervision, and the use of best practices are employed, errors in judging may occur. In most cases errors cannot be corrected, and TSA does not accept responsibility for any claims relating to errors.