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How Special Olympics Unified Robotics™ Works


Collaborate.

Partners work alongside athletes forming small teams with an adaptable program.


Create.

Teams design, build, and program their own robot using LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Kits


Compete.

At the season finale, each team presents their robot and participates in a tournament-style competition.

Current Stats

38
Teams Participating
17
Schools Participating
5
States with a Team

Recent Posts

August 16, 2017 in Announcements, Updates

Unified Robotics Board of Advisors

During the fall of 2015, FIRST Robotics Competition Team 4911 CyberKnights founded the offshoot program Unified Robotics. Originally centered around the partnership between students at King’s and students with special…

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November 24, 2016 in Updates

Planning in Special Olympics Unified Robotics

Written by Sammy Murphy, a member of the Unified Robotics Leadership Club. As we move through life, each of us on individual paths, we tend to gloss over the intricate…

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November 22, 2016 in Updates

Unity within the Election

Written by Sammy Murphy, a member of the Unified Robotics Leadership Club. Since the past week riots and protests have rumbled through the streets of my hometown Seattle. Flags burn…

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“The first time I went to Unified Robotics, I have to admit that I was nervous. I wasn’t sure what to expect or what I should do, but as soon as I walked in I was blown away by these students enthusiasm and vigor for robotics!”
Daniel Wang, CyberKnights

“I think sports should be for everyone regardless of backgrounds or abilities. So, if sports are available for everyone to enjoy and learn new things, and we consider robotics a “sport of the mind,” then why don’t we welcome all types of people? Unified Robotics is a really good idea, it makes the definition of ‘robotics’ way cooler!”
Tammy Nguyen, CyberKnights

“Unified Robotics is the best of FIRST® in that it is FIRST Robotics students recognizing a serious national level problem, taking initiative, and providing a solution by building a program that addresses that problem and shows that students with special needs are capable and interested in STEM.”
Mike Thompson, CyberKnights Coach

“I feel like this program is really good at getting us interested in math and science. It gets us thinking and working on it and putting pieces together to actually build a robot.”
Zach Rodin, Roosevelt Senior