The World of Robotics


The Perot Museum is proud to serve as the North Texas affiliate of FIRST LEGO® League — a regional engineering competition that challenges students to use their creativity and technical knowledge to create robots designed to solve real-life problems.

Supporting Sponsors

Arco Murray


Rockwell Collins


Congratulations to the North Texas winners of the FIRST® LEGO® League Regional Championship Robotics Tournament held this past weekend! Nearly 600 students competed and the 2019 winners are:

1st - Saturn V Girls (The Hockaday School in Dallas)
2nd – Axis of Eagles (Carrollton’s Prince of Peace Christian School)
3rd – Ambassador Lightning (Fort Worth’s Bethesda Christian School)
4th – STAR Fleet (students from Frisco and Plano)

So proud to sponsor this competition that challenges students to create robots designed to solve real-world problems! Best wishes to Saturn V Girls and Axis of Eagles at the World Festival in Houston!

First place winners, Saturn V Girls from The Hockaday School in Dallas

2018–2019 FLL Challenge: INTO ORBIT

On a Sunday night in July 1969 one billion people huddled around their radios and TV screens in awe as they witnessed humankind's first walk on the moon. In that moment, the world was united in celebration of human ingenuity and inspired by the possibility that by working together, we can quite literally reach the stars.

In 2019 - a full 50 years after the moon landing - it's time to inspire ourselves and each other to achieve the impossible again. 

The 2018/2019 FIRST® LEGO® League season will transport your team into space, where you’ll explore, challenge, and innovate in the vast expanse of space. Challenge information can be found here

Team registration through FIRST is now full, no additional teams will be able to register to compete in the North Texas region. 

Helpful Links

Team Basics

Starting a Team

Team Registration Overview

Cost Breakdown

FIRST Grant Information

Coaches' Handbook

Robot Design Executive Summary

Core Values Poster

Official FLL Events

First Round Qualifier Sites for 2019*:

December 1, 2018
Ford Middle School, Allen, TX 
Hillsboro Junior High, Hillsboro, TX 
Parish Episcopal School, Dallas, TX 
Sunset High School, Dallas, TX 

December 8, 2018
Fellowship Christian Academy – Dallas, TX 
Heritage Middle School – Colleyville, TX  
Williams High School – Plano, TX 
Nolan Catholic High School – Forth Worth, TX 

December 15, 2018
Williams High School – Plano, TX 
Braswell High School – Little Elm, TX 
Bethesda Christian School – Fort Worth, TX 
Vanston Middle School – Mesquite, TX 
Sunset High School – Dallas, TX 

*Dates and locations subject to change

Second Round Qualifier Sites

January 12, 2019 - Results 

Justin F Kimball High School with Illuminate STEM - Dallas, TX

January 19, 2019 - Results

O.P. Norman Jr. High School - Kaufman, TX

North Texas Regional Championship

February 9, 2019 - Results - Robot Game Scores

Parish Episcopal School - Dallas, TX

About Qualifier Registration

Qualifier locations are first come, first served. Once a location is filled it will be removed as an option. Teams CANNOT change their qualifying site after registration.

Registration is not complete until payment is received. Payments can be made by credit card, check, or purchase order.

If paying by credit card, teams may register online. Payment by credit card is strongly recommended and the best way to ensure your spot is held.

If paying by check or purchase order, teams must call Reservations at 214.428.5555 (press 8) to register with payment ready to be made. After giving details to Reservations, you must mail in your check or purchase order within 7 days. You may mail your check in early but this does not reserve your spot; you must all Reservations to complete your registration.

Include your team's name and number as well as the coach's name on your check.

An invoice can be generated in advance by contacting

Only full and completed registration including payment reserves your spot. Payment must be received by 11:59 p.m. on November 17, 2018 or your team will not be able to compete.

Qualifier fees are nonrefundable.

To register for a Qualifier, teams must already be registered with FIRST. Qualifier registration will be handled through the Perot Museum of Nature and Science.

Need an invoice? Email with your team name, team number, and billing information.

2018–2019 FLL-Related Upcoming Events

Kick Offs

Kick off/Team Dynamics Clinic - Dallas

September 8, 1:30pm–4:30pm, Williams High School (Plano)


Kick off/Team Dynamics Clinic - Fort Worth

September 15, 9am–Noon




In order to make the North Texas Regional FIRST LEGO League Tournament a success, we will need more than 100 volunteers to help with a myriad of essential tasks. Included below is a breakdown of volunteer types along with the approximate number of hours of commitment, most of which take place on at the Championship. Some positions require training but most do not.

The first step to volunteer to register for free through FIRST. Click on Event Volunteers and then on the next page click on Volunteer Registration in the gray box to the right. Once you move through the process, you can sign up for specific events and roles. If you need additional information, please contact

Volunteering for FLL events is an extremely fun and rewarding way to see the hard work, dedication, and humor that teams put into their robots, projects, and Core Values over the last several months. Events are fast-paced, exciting, and lively with a role for just about anyone!

Qualifier events need volunteers, too!

Twelve qualifying tournaments will be held on Saturdays in December. These events are smaller than the Championship but require similar volunteer roles. If you are interested in volunteering for a Qualifier, you can also sign up for those in the same steps outlined above.


For more information about FIRST® LEGO® League, please contact us at

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