Robotics Education & Competition Foundation
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2022 VEX Robotics World Championship - VEX Robotics Competition Middle School Event

Date
3-May-2022 - 5-May-2022
Event Code
RE-VRC-21-5434
Program
VEX Robotics Competition
Event Type
Tournament
Event Format
In-Person
Capacity
508
Spots Open
1
Event Region
Texas - Region 2
Price
$1200.00
This event is closed to registration because:
  • It is past the registration deadline.

General Info

Event Description

The 2022 VEX Robotics World Championship, presented by Northrop Grumman Foundation and the REC Foundation, brought over 3,000 teams from 36 nations together to celebrate STEM excellence. Student-led teams ranging from elementary to university-level showcased their strategy, teamwork, and desire to be crowned champions at this world-class global event held at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas.

For more information visit VEXworlds.com.


Grade Level: Middle School

Skills Challenge Offered: Yes

Judging Format: Remote judging

Event Dates & Locations

Date: 3-May-2022 - 5-May-2022

Venue/Location:
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas
650 South Griffin Street
Dallas, Texas 75202
United States

Contact Information

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Agenda

Click here for the tentative VEX Worlds agenda.

Volunteer

Join our volunteer team at the 2022 VEX Robotics World Championship, in Dallas, Texas. Get inspired by the brightest student minds in the world as they come together for a massive competition celebrating STEM education, collaboration, hard work, and year-round dedication.

We Need Volunteers of All Skill Levels

Many volunteer roles do not require previous experience, and we provide online training resources to prepare volunteers for most positions. Join our volunteer team, get inspired, and have fun! We are in greatest need of volunteers who can help all day or multiple days, but a wide variety of shifts are available to fit your schedule.

  • An average shift is 6-8 hours. Sign up for one shift, multiple shifts, and even multiple days if it suits your schedule.
  • Most roles receive a free t-shirt, meals and snacks, swag bag, and free parking.
  • Make it a family affair! Younger kids who can pay attention to directions make great Field Resetters, and we can pair you up in the same area to volunteer together in most cases.

Monday, April 15, will be the last day we will be assigning shifts prior to Worlds unless there is an important need. You may just come see us at the Volunteer Registration area and register onsite.

Please email volunteer@roboticseducation.org with any questions.

Emergency/Bad Weather Policy

Teams will be notified, via email, if any event occurs that would jeopardize the VEX Robotics World Championship.

Refund Policy

VEX Robotics World Championship registration cancellations must be received by 5:00 PM, CT on April 6, 2022, in order to receive a full refund. All cancellation requests must be emailed to support@roboticseducation.org with the team number and the team contact information. Teams that cancel after 5:00 PM, CT on April 6, 2022, will not receive a refund for their registration fee.

Health and Safety Policies

The REC Foundation  welcomes thousands of teams every year to the VEX Robotics World Championship presented by Northrop Grumman Foundation, providing world-class service, experience, and fun in a safe and secure environment.

To ensure the health and safety for all participants, we ask that all registered teams take the time to review the policies and guidelines listed below, including the links provided. By registering your team for the event, you are acknowledging these  policies and guidelines  and your agreement to comply with such policies and guidelines for the duration of the event. 

The REC Foundation’s Code of Conduct

We hold ourselves and our community accountable for respectful, safe, and ethical conduct at all REC Foundation-hosted or sanctioned events, per our Code of Conduct.

COVID-19 Policy

In accordance with the latest Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas (KBHCCD), local, state, and national guidelines, the REC Foundation will not require masks to be worn inside or outside the event. Individuals are encouraged to make their own choice regarding the wearing or not wearing of a mask.

If you or your team members feel sick while you are in attendance at the event, we ask that you follow the CDC recommendations of:

  • Check symptoms
  • Quarantine & Isolate
  • Testing & Masks

Helpful Links:

Security and Safety

The REC Foundation in partnership with KBHCC security, Dallas Police Department,  and DART police are providing additional security support for the duration of the event. The facility is open to the general public, so we advise all teams to keep valuable items with you or take the proper security measures to protect your valuable items.

We encourage all teams to review the this document for more information about what to do during an emergency.


Date: 3-May-2022 - 5-May-2022
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas
650 South Griffin Street
Dallas, Texas 75202
United States

Travel Info

Lodging

We are excited you will be attending the 2022 VEX Robotics World Championship! All attendees are asked to book their hotel accommodations through Team Travel Source, the Official Housing Company for VEX Robotics World Championship. Program participation allows us to secure the highest quality rooms at the best possible group pricing. Thank you for your partnership!

Note: When planning travel dates/times, keep in the mind the following:

  • Teams should arrive at the venue by 10 AM on their first day of competition.
  • Teams can depart anytime after 8 PM on the last day of competition.

 

Airport Transfers

Teams are responsible for making airport transfer travel arrangements. Ground transportation service information can be found at the below links:


Visa and Invitation Letter Requests

The REC Foundation is happy to provide visa and invitation letters to teams. To process visa and invitation letters, fill out the VEX Robotics World Championship Visa Letter Request Form.

Please have the following information available:

  • Team info such as number, school/organization, and contact details
  • Names, birth dates, and passport country/number for every team member (including adults traveling as mentors or chaperones)

Visa and invitation letters will be processed as soon as possible but may take up to three weeks.

Please Note: The REC Foundation will not produce a separate letter for each team member. Instead, the Foundation will create a letter for the entire team and attach the team members and mentors list.

 

Learn More About Dallas

Visit Dallas has created this VEX Robotics World Championship Microsite to help visitors learn more about our exciting host city.

 

Parking at VEX Worlds

Check back soon for more information about parking.

 

Driving Directions to VEX Worlds

Driving instructions to the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas (KBHCCD) can be found on the General Information tab of the venue's FAQ page.

 

Virtual Tour

Take a virtual tour of the VEX Robotics World Championship venue, the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas.

 

Power Scooter or Wheelchair Rentals

AABCO Ready Rental Sales & Repair offers rental power scooters and wheelchair service which can be delivered to the Kay Bailey Hutchison Dallas Convention Center or area hotels. Making a rental reservation prior to the event will ensure your mobility equipment will be available and waiting for you upon arrival. Rentals not made in advance will be on a first come, first served basis.

Webcast

For event broadcasts and live results from the VEX Robotics World Championship, visit VEX TV.

Livestream

Check back before the event for more information, and subscribe to the REC Foundation YouTube Channel. 

Judging Information

Click here for important information about Judged Interviews and Digital Engineering Notebooks. 

Deadlines for signing up are based on when teams qualify to VEX Robotics World Championship, not when teams register, so be sure and read and follow the instructions in the important information linked above. 

Awards Qualify to VEX Worlds 2023

Excellence Award

World Champions

Robot Skills World Champions

Global and Event Sponsors

Special thanks to our Global Sponsors Autodesk, Dell, Google, Hexbug, Innovation First International, NASA, Rack Solutions, Robomatter, Tesla, Texas Instruments, Toyota, TVA, and VEX Robotics.

We also would like to thank our VEX Robotics World Championship sponsors: Mathworks, Microchip, UPS, and Nordson. The commitment and support of these partners ensure a great experience for everyone attending the event.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Waitlist

9 teams are on the waitlist for this event.

Please login to add or remove teams from the waiting list.
VEX Robotics Championship Middle School
Award Team # Team Name Affiliation Location
VRC Middle School Excellence Award 15442C The Misfits CANYON HIGH Anaheim, California, United States
VRC Middle School World Champions 6446C Royal Robotics 6446C RANCHO DEL REY MIDDLE Chula Vista, California, United States
VRC Middle School World Champions 8838B Robohawks - Century ORCHARD HILLS Irvine, California, United States
VRC Middle School World Finalists 3324B Supernova CaIamity SCIENCE ACADEMY STEM MAGNET North Hollywood, California, United States
VRC Middle School World Finalists 4610J Jariffe Robot Revolution Summit, New Jersey, United States
VRC Middle School Skills Challenge Winners
Award Team # Team Name Affiliation Location
VRC Middle School Robot Skills World Champions 15442C The Misfits CANYON HIGH Anaheim, California, United States
VRC Middle School Robot Skills 2nd Place 10102A Big Chungi Vinci Robotics Academy Burlington, Massachusetts, United States
VRC Middle School Robot Skills 3rd Place 10012W Ten Ton Robotics Ten Ton Robotics West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
VEX Robotics Championship Middle School - Engineering Division
Award Team # Team Name Affiliation Location
Division Champions 95070C Redwood Robotics Redwood PTA Saratoga, California, United States
Division Champions 8481S Ski Patrol Bridger Robotics Bozeman, Montana, United States
Division Finalists 8838C Robohawks - Celestial ORCHARD HILLS Irvine, California, United States
Division Finalists 20785A HYBRID Queen Elizabeth's School London, United Kingdom
Amaze Award 95070C Redwood Robotics Redwood PTA Saratoga, California, United States
Build Award 394A Highlands Inter Robotics HIGHLANDS INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Pearl City, Hawaii, United States
Create Award 6293D CROCS - Team 4 PINECREST ACADEMY CHARTER MIDDLE SCHOOL Miami, Florida, United States
Design Award 1028Y Ork-estra Brownell Talbot College Preparatory School Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Energy Award 842T Nova Elemental Robotics Chester Springs, Pennsylvania, United States
Innovate Award 8838C Robohawks - Celestial ORCHARD HILLS Irvine, California, United States
Inspire Award 80708Y Exobits Exobytes Montclair, Virginia, United States
Judges Award 20785A HYBRID Queen Elizabeth's School London, United Kingdom
Sportsmanship Award 19291R Comradz Ankeney Middle School/Greene County Career Center Beavercreek, Ohio, United States
Think Award 10012W Ten Ton Robotics Ten Ton Robotics West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
VEX Robotics Championship Middle School - Arts Division
Award Team # Team Name Affiliation Location
Division Champions 41442A Singularity Canyon Creek Robotics Erie, Colorado, United States
Division Champions 15486H Vexation VISTA SCHOOL IVINS, Utah, United States
Division Finalists 81101B AutoBytes Mankato West Robotics Mankato, Minnesota, United States
Division Finalists 10012Y Ten Ton Robotics Ten Ton Robotics West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Amaze Award 884A Space Pandas MBX Foundation Manhattan Beach, California, United States
Build Award 3333W Power of the Square Notre Dame Preparatory School & Marist Academy Pontiac, Michigan, United States
Create Award 92620C JTMS Robotics Team C JEFFREY TRAIL MIDDLE Irvine, California, United States
Design Award 41442A Singularity Canyon Creek Robotics Erie, Colorado, United States
Energy Award 9806A Crusaderbots BONITA VISTA MIDDLE Chula Vista, California, United States
Innovate Award 8838E Robohawks - Eclipse ORCHARD HILLS Irvine, California, United States
Inspire Award 56R FrostByte Cape Elizabeth High School Cape Elizabeth, Maine, United States
Judges Award 4591V Vikings VANCOUVER ITECH PREPARATORY Vancouver, Washington, United States
Sportsmanship Award 5965A Eaglebots CLEAR LAKE INT League City, Texas, United States
Think Award 95070D Redwood Robotics Redwood PTA Saratoga, California, United States
VEX Robotics Championship Middle School - Innovate Division
Award Team # Team Name Affiliation Location
Division Champions 3324B Supernova CaIamity SCIENCE ACADEMY STEM MAGNET North Hollywood, California, United States
Division Champions 4610J Jariffe Robot Revolution Summit, New Jersey, United States
Division Finalists 8860C The Dilly Dudes Hudsonville Robotics - Riley MS Hudsonville, Michigan, United States
Division Finalists 4082A Rocket Robots ST NICHOLAS CATHOLIC SCHOOL Freedom, Wisconsin, United States
Amaze Award 18670A Mt Seymour Robotics North Vancouver North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Build Award 8860C The Dilly Dudes Hudsonville Robotics - Riley MS Hudsonville, Michigan, United States
Create Award 58A Dream Rover 5D college chatswood, Australia
Design Award 42111P Peas in a Pod Elyria Robotics - Middle School Elyria, Ohio, United States
Energy Award 75442T Fighting JV Farmers FARMERSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Farmersville, Texas, United States
Innovate Award 3324B Supernova CaIamity SCIENCE ACADEMY STEM MAGNET North Hollywood, California, United States
Inspire Award 7481A VEXTERS LEAGUE CITY INT League City, Texas, United States
Judges Award 7830K ACP Noble Knights Arizona College Prep Middle School Chandler, Arizona, United States
Sportsmanship Award 8634B Monkey Business WILL ROGERS JHS Claremore, Oklahoma, United States
Think Award 16868A Checkmate Markham, Ontario, Canada
VEX Robotics Championship Middle School - Spirit Division
Award Team # Team Name Affiliation Location
Division Champions 68689X Something Ain't Right BP STEM Academy Baldwin Park, California, United States
Division Champions 87867G ion AI & Robotics Academy LLC Plano, Texas, United States
Division Finalists 97735X Techno Crankers L & B’s Garage Robotics Harrisburg, North Carolina, United States
Division Finalists 1532D Calculated at 50% BEMIDJI MIDDLE Bemidji, Minnesota, United States
Amaze Award 68689X Something Ain't Right BP STEM Academy Baldwin Park, California, United States
Build Award 10102A Big Chungi Vinci Robotics Academy Burlington, Massachusetts, United States
Create Award 604A Robo-Triton Robo-Planets Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
Design Award 18891B G-4s Granby 4-H Club East Hartland, Connecticut, United States
Energy Award 7399A Shipwrecks BAYOU VIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL Gulfport, Mississippi, United States
Innovate Award 727B Terrapin Bale Tampa Preparatory School Tampa, Florida, United States
Inspire Award 7830P ACP Noble Knights Arizona College Prep Middle School Chandler, Arizona, United States
Judges Award 91416N S.W.A.T. Saunders County Robotics Wahoo, NE, Nebraska, United States
Sportsmanship Award 15801G The Three Amigos DUBOIS AREA MIDDLE SCHOOL DuBois, Pennsylvania, United States
Think Award 56772A St. Mary Robotics ST MARY SCHOOL Alexandria, Kentucky, United States
VEX Robotics Championship Middle School - Design Division
Award Team # Team Name Affiliation Location
Division Champions 19420A RoboLeopards THE LANGLEY SCHOOL McLean, Virginia, United States
Division Champions 7700K Rolling Robots Rolling Robots Rolling Hills Estates, California, United States
Division Finalists 1737D Steel Phoenix International Robotics Academy Almaty, Kazakhstan
Division Finalists 95070G Redwood Robotics Redwood PTA Saratoga, California, United States
Amaze Award 6986E Lancers E GRACE BRETHREN JR SR HIGH SCHOOL Simi Valley, California, United States
Build Award 33240V High Voltage Kyoto Robotics Kyoto, Japan
Create Award 3324W Rubber Collars SCIENCE ACADEMY STEM MAGNET Los Angeles, California, United States
Design Award 315B Paradigm Paradigm Cupertino, California, United States
Energy Award 2088F I Think it Works Western Mechatronics Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Innovate Award 15979K Annihilation Unit EIT Academy Celina, Texas, United States
Inspire Award 6199A WiredCats A The Westminster Schools Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Judges Award 729S Scitus Downingtown Robotics Chester Springs, Pennsylvania, United States
Sportsmanship Award 52800A Intellectual Idiots SOARING HEIGHTS PK-8 Erie, Colorado, United States
Think Award 7481C GEAR ONE LEAGUE CITY INT League City, Texas, United States
VEX Robotics Championship Middle School - Research Division
Award Team # Team Name Affiliation Location
Division Champions 7700P Rolling Robots ROLLING ROBOTS ROLLING HILLS ESTATE, California, United States
Division Champions 8000E HRS Robohawks HEAD ROYCE SCHOOL Oakland, California, United States
Division Finalists 3303G Dublin Robotics G Team Dublin Robotics Club Dublin, California, United States
Division Finalists 14791R vexer flexer the harker school Saratoga, California, United States
Amaze Award 462A Wolverines HARVARD-WESTLAKE SCHOOL Los Angeles, California, United States
Build Award 69955B 1% Milk LADUE MIDDLE St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Create Award 19420B RoboLeopards THE LANGLEY SCHOOL McLean, Virginia, United States
Design Award 7481D DIVAS on FIRE! LEAGUE CITY INT League City, Texas, United States
Energy Award 80014B BAD BATCH FRED M. LYNN MIDDLE Woodbridge, Virginia, United States
Innovate Award 18000B Iron Patriots- Grogu Sullivan East Middle School Bluff City, Tennessee, United States
Inspire Award 9364X Iron Eagles-Xerophthalmia Brentwood Academy Brentwood, Tennessee, United States
Judges Award 66799G AST-onishing G American School in Taichung Taichung, Taiwan
Sportsmanship Award 98548H Legends Bear River High School GARLAND, Utah, United States
Think Award 73352E Team Domination Vinton Middle School Vinton, Louisiana, United States
VEX Robotics Championship Middle School - Opportunity Division
Award Team # Team Name Affiliation Location
Division Champions 6446C Royal Robotics 6446C RANCHO DEL REY MIDDLE Chula Vista, California, United States
Division Champions 8838B Robohawks - Century ORCHARD HILLS Irvine, California, United States
Division Finalists 3303R Dublin Robotics V Team Dublin Robotics Club Dublin, California, United States
Division Finalists 1492K W.A.S.A.B.I. Big Brains Education Bellevue, Washington, United States
Amaze Award 78759C Excalibot Canyon Vista Middle School AUSTIN, Texas, United States
Build Award 393Y Legacy Magnet Academy Y Legacy Magnet Academy Tustin, California, United States
Create Award 4810E Infinity Force NORTH UNION MIDDLE SCHOOL Richwood, Ohio, United States
Design Award 62880B 冰淇淋 (Bing Chi Ling) Coast 2 Coast Robotics Bayside, New York, United States
Energy Award 52800D Kamakazi SOARING HEIGHTS PK-8 Erie, Colorado, United States
Innovate Award 1492K W.A.S.A.B.I. Big Brains Education Bellevue, Washington, United States
Inspire Award 92315B Pantherbots B POTOMAC MIDDLE Dumfries, Virginia, United States
Judges Award 45784C DaVinci's Visionaries PARKSIDE MIDDLE Manassas, Virginia, United States
Sportsmanship Award 19697Z Space Monkeyz The Zoo Katy, Texas, United States
Think Award 3324Y Supernovas But Y? SCIENCE ACADEMY STEM MAGNET North Hollywood, California, United States