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Welcome to TeamEureka Robotics

2024 Montana World Championship

Don't know how the game works?

Here is a video overview of this season's challenge. This will help you understand how the Robot Game is played, the tasks the robots are to complete, and the three different periods of the match (Autonomous, Driver Controlled & End game) and how points and penalties are awarded.

Lastly, here is a link to watch the live stream. Make sure to look at First Tech Challenge Streams (verses First Robotics Challenge, or First Lego League), and to select the Franklin Division when watching matches!

On Wednesday 17th., after all robots have passed inspection, the MATCH SCHEDULE will be determined, and we'll post that here so you know when to watch our matches.

Match Schedule to be posted here - Wednesday


We have met our fundraising goal thanks to all of you who contributed. We are now in the final planning stages, testing, improving and preparing our team and robot for the FIRST FTC Robotics World Championship. We leave April 15, and will updating information here on how you can follow our matches via live video streaming.

Special Thanks to both our local event hosts our FIRST fundraiser events

What is FIRST?  

In today’s world, we need to be celebrating the technical and scientific prowess of our young people. TeamEureka Robotics includes these very students in grades 7-12. Our teams compete in FIRST Robotics regional and state competitions from Butte to Bozeman. 

The F.I.R.S.T. (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) competition was founded by entrepreneur and inventor, Dean Kamen, in 1992. It started with a small competition of 28 teams in Manchester, NH. “A society gets what it celebrates,” says Dean Kamen, acclaimed inventor of the Segway Human Transporter and holder of more than 150 patents related to medical devices, climate control systems and helicopter design. “In today’s world, we need to be celebrating the technical and scientific prowess of our young people.” Dean’s goal is to inspire young people to look up to engineers the way that they often looked up to professional athletes.

More than Robots

9 Team Eureka Robotics members received High School Letters and 8 team members received Academic All-State awards! 2022-2023

8 Team Eureka Robotics members received High School Letters and 6 members received Academic All-State awards! 2023-2024









HS Teams hangin' out with our Fusion Robotics Buddies

2018 HS team






Course Information

Course: STEM Robotics

Teacher: Rob Reynolds

Time: 8:22am-9:11am

Location: MS Upstairs & HS Robo Den

Course Objective:

To build student interest and experiences in the study of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics - STEM

Course Topics: