VEX Robotics

Information about TSA VEX Robotics can be found
The TSA VEX Robotics Competition (VRC) and the TSA VEX IQ
Challenge (VEX IQ) each provide students with a hands-on, co-
curricular competition for learning about science, technology,
engineering, and mathematics (STEM). These events complement the
existing technology-related competitions offered by the Technology
Student Association (TSA).

The format of the Texas TSA State Conference VEX competitions is
designed to provide students with the same action-packed experience
of National VEX conference and come as close to the full tournament
experience as possible. While some modifications will be made to fit
the constraints of our time and resources, every effort will be made to
make it is as close as possible to the National Conference experience.
Please check the Rulebook and VEX FAQs for more details.
Please be aware that the competition time blocks will be from 4 to 8
hours long. Each team must have a driver available to compete during
that time as we cannot accommodate schedule changes due to

For more information check out the Texas Rulebook Vex
Robotics page.