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BEST in the News

Welcome to Rocky Mountain BEST – we run a free fall education program for Middle and High Schools

Inspiring students to pursue careers in engineering, science, technology, and mathematics through robotics design…

∗∗∗ What’s NEW? ∗∗∗

BEST Robotics 30th Anniversary – more details to come

We are excited to be working with Colorado School of Mines to host our Denver BEST Regional Championship in December.

  YouTube LINK to short Mines video welcoming BEST.

2022 MADE 2 ORDER ROBOTICS COMPETITION

Teaser Video

Health and Safety Protocol (LINK)

 

2022 Events (See Competition Page for more event details)

2022 EventDateLocationComments
Kickoff17 SeptEnglewood HSLIVE STREAM LINK
Critical Design Review Presentation18, 19, 22 OctONLINE 
Practice Day29 OctSTRIVE Prep RISE 
Engineering Notebook Submission29 OctONLINE 
Game Day12 NovEnglewood HS 
    
Denver BEST Regional Championship3-4 DecColorado School of Mines 

 

Our Mission

To engage, excite, and inspire students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math through participation in a sports-like science and engineering-based robotics competition.

Our Goals

To become a premier robotics competition for the Rocky Mountain Region.

To build strong community-based support for our activities.

To form alliances with organizations who serve youth locally and deliver the BEST product possible to schools and their students.

To motivate students for studies and careers in engineering, science, and technology.

*** 2019 Game Video ***

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Competition

We are an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation created to host an annual robotics competition for middle and high school students. There are no entry fees for our competition. We provide an identical set of robot building materials to each participating school at no cost.

This unique event consists of:

  • the excitement of a basketball game
  • the strategy of a chess match
  • the intellectual challenge of a science fair
  • the pressure of a competitive sporting event
  • plus hundreds of screaming fans, pep bands, cheerleaders, music, dancing and mascots.

 

 

 

 

 

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