Delaware VEX Robotics connects students, mentors, and schools in the communit successful and engaging technology-based programs, with support from the Robotics Education and Competition Foundation. Delaware Vex Robotics is committed to promoting engineering and technology focused opportunities to advance professional and technical skills of students.

Currently, both the VEX EDR and VEX IQ platforms are used throughout the state to educate students in STEM and Robotics.  Our programs range from third grade through twelfth grade, and we strive to prepare our students for STEM related careers and pathways.  If you are interested in starting a program, or in helping mentor a program, contact a member of the Executive Management Team for more information.

2017-18 DELAWARE VEX Robotics Executive Management Team

Grants, Awards, & Opportunities  

Are you interested in starting a team? VEX Grants are available at  You must create an account to complete the application. The grant is focused towards schools looking to start a new program. It’s quite beneficial, and a good place to start!

Planning Calendar – Tentative

Date Location Platform


10/28/2017 Parkside High School, Salisbury, MD VEX Scrimmage
12/2/2017 Lake Forest High School VEX Skills Event
12/9/2017 PS duPont MS VEX IQ Tournament
12/16/2017 Concord High School  VEX Scrimmage
12/16/2017 Parkside High School, Salisbury, MD VEX Tournament
1/13/2018 Brandywine HS VEX Scrimmage
1/20/18   Cape Henlopen High School   VEX   Tournament 
 2/10/2018  MPHS/BSD/Tally   VEX  Tournament
3/10/2018  State Championship (DSU)  VEX/VEX IQ   World Qualifier 
4/26/2018  TSA VEX Championship    VEX   TSA Qualifier

To register for events please visit  Each team is required to register through the Robot Event website.  The cost is $150 for the first team, and $100 for any additional teams at your school. 

To learn more about Delaware Vex Robotics please contact Travis Bower at