Thank you to everyone who tuned in to FIRST Washington’s Virtual Showcase and Awards Ceremony! If you didn’t have the chance to join us for the Showcase, you can watch it here!

We are Stronger and Better by Working Together

COVID-19 Response

Our world is very different than it was just a few weeks ago with much uncertainty ahead. It can be a scary time as we all practice social distancing, staying home, and hearing about the rise of COVID-19 across our local communities and state. FIRST Robotics Competition season and our FIRST LEGO League Jr. Expos suspended as well. Be well, take care of yourself and your family members. Follow the CDC for guidelines to maximize your well being.


As we all know, our FIRST Washington is not about building robots. It’s about what “WE” do together, to make the world a better place.


FIRST Washington supports and engages today’s tech-native youth with a league of their own, inspiring them to build on their passions and preparing them to be the STEM leaders of tomorrow.

Creating. Theorizing. Tinkering. Testing.  Expanding their worlds.  Getting their hands dirty.

FIRST Washington ignites youthful minds through education, hard work, mentorship, and healthy competition.

Just as important, participants are integrated into a fun, team-based learning environment created to encourage their interests, teach the benefits of collaboration, boost self-confidence – and illuminate the exciting world of STEM study and careers.

At FIRST Washington, we sum it up this way:

What’s going to be happening next in STEM is happening here.


Four Amazing Programs.  One Amazing Community.

FIRST® Washington is an organization that offers a hands-on learning experience to inspire young people about science, technology, and math. FIRST® Washington welcomes students and volunteers from all backgrounds and abilities, and work hard to build an inclusive learning community. FIRST® Washington offers the most comprehensive STEM and career connected learning in the state.


Grades K - 4

Captures young curiosity by exploring real-world scientific challenges, learning teamwork, and working with motorized LEGO® elements.

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Grades 4 - 8

Elementary and middle school-aged students research a real-world engineering challenge, develop a solution, and compete with LEGO-based robots of their own design.

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Grades 7 - 12

Teams of middle and high school-aged students are challenged to design, build, and program a robot to play a floor game against other teams’ creations.

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Grades 9 - 12

High school-aged teams compete head to head on a special playing field with robots they have designed, built, and programmed.

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