Lego League

Lego League Information

Core Values

  • We are a team
  • We do the work to find solutions with guidance from our coaches and mentors.
  • We know our coaches and mentors don't have all of the answers; we learn together.
  • We honor the spirit of friendly competition.
  • What we discover is more important than what we win.
  • We share our experiences with others.
  • We display Gracious Professionalism and Coopertition in everything we do.
  • We have FUN!

2017-2018 Community Supporters

  • Avoca Rotary Club
  • Meighan McCarthy Johansen Hope Fund

Each year it takes support from our community sponsors to provide the opportunity for our students to participate in Lego League. Thank you for the support from our communities to help make this program a success.


AHSTW Community School District

  • 2017-2018 (V-Tech Splashers)
  • 2016-2017 (Viking Brick Builders)

Walnut Community School District

  • 2015-2016 *State Qualifiers


The only points in FLL are with the scoring of their robot performance on the playing field. In judging, teams are evaluated based on the rubric that you received back. Judges provide this feedback to all teams and then join with other judges in a deliberations process at the end of the event to determine overall winners through their individual findings in their judging room and then discussing what they saw as their “best” team with the other judges. This helps normalize in order to determine the best teams overall that are invited to advance and/or receive the Champion’s award, and then individual award categories. The judging process is qualitative, not quantitative.

Schedules and Team Information