Lego League is a powerful program that helps young students discover the fun in science and technology while building self confidence, knowledge, and valuable life skills. This program introduces students to real-world engineering challenges by building LEGO-based robots to complete tasks on a dynamic playing surface. FLL teams guided by their imaginations and coaches discover exciting exciting possibilities while learning to make positive contributions to society through a team project presented to a panel of judges.
Lego League Season: Typically Beginning of the School Year through December. Teams will typically meet 1-2 days per week at the discretion of the coach.
Registration and Application:
Contact Sarah Ludwig with Inquiries:
Confirmed Oshkosh Lego League Offerings:
Oakwood: Grades 4-5 (full)
Jacob Shapiro Elementary: Grades 4-5
Traeger Elementary: Grades 4-5 (full)
Traeger Middle School: Grades 6-8 (full)
Alps and Tipler: Grades 4-8 (two teams full)
South Park Middle: (accepting applications)
Oshkosh Boys and Girls Club: (accepting applications)
YMCA: (accepting applications)
Fee: $100 per student. This program is exempt from the family cap.
Dates: Season kick off is August 1 and the season runs through Mid-November. Teams may advance to higher levels of competition extending the season.
Schools With Vacant Coaching Positions:
Merrill Middle: Grades 6-8
Traeger Middle: Grades 6-8
Webster Middle: Grades 6-8
South Park Middle: Grades 6-8
If you are interested in being a coach at the above listed schools or starting a new team at any school, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
If your school is not listed, please contact your principal and ask them to reach out about getting involved in Lego League!