Support & Getting Started - FIRST : For Inspiration of Science & Technology

To start a team a FIRST team in Georgia, or to access team and robot development resources, open this article to learn more.

Here you will find a concise list of resources to help you get started.

Georgia Informal STEM Learning Support Network

Creating Economic Development and Educational Achievement by supporting Informal STEM Learning.  
  • Kennesaw State University
  • Northwest Georgia Technical College / Northwest Georgia College & Career Academy
  • Albany Technical College / Albany State University
  • Columbus Technical College / Columbus State University
  • Georgia Institute of Technology

STEM Guide : Competitions, Activities, & Web Sites

This is a comprehensive list of STEM websites, activities, contests and competitions and resources for K-12 students interested in STEM.   This list was originally researched and compiled by

Additional information has been added by Kell Robotics

FLL Tournaments - Regional Dec. 5th - Super-Regional Jan 16th

Kell Robotics and Clark Creek Elementary STEM Academy will be hosting 2 FLL tournaments for this years competition "World Class".

December 5th, 2015 is the Regional Competition and January 16th, 2016 is the State Super-Regional Competiton.

Kell Robotics earns their seventh FIRST Robotics Regional Chairman's Award

Kennesaw, GA, April 4, 2015 — The Kell High School Robotics Team earns a major award at the FIRST® Palmetto Robotics Competition at the Knoxville Convention Center in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Slingshot, the Documentary - Addressing the Challenge for Clean Water

Imagine if clean drinking water could be produced from almost any source - ocean water, polluted rivers, even raw sewage.

In this full length screening of the documentary Slingshot watch as inventor Dean Kamen designs a device that can do just that, and uses it to draw attention to the urgent need for clean water around the world.

Atlanta Science Festival at Kell Robotics

Visit the Kell Robotics Innovation Center, where we build large robots for competition! Experience informal workshops for learning about robotics, inventing things, & solving problems. Participants will enjoy hands on activities for building and programming robots. Take part in casual conversations about science, technology, engineering and math. Create 'robot' art, and learn how robots meet science!

Kell Labs

Kell Labs has been upgraded thanks to grants from WIT and Best Buy. The team can now offer experiences in a wide range of tools listed in the accompanying article.

Capability now exists for students to learn coding for robots, android tablets, and games. Students can also learn CAD for design, and animation for movies and rich media experiences.

Students can also learn a little about one of the hottest careers of the future, becoming a data scientist. 




Best Buy Foundation Awards Technology Grant to Kell Robotics

The Best Buy Foundation has provided Kell Robotics with a grant in support of the team’s Big Girl Programming & Computer Science Laboratory. This grant was awarded from the Community Grants program, in partnership with our local Best Buy store, to support programs that give teens access to opportunities through technology.  Thank you Best Buy.

An Evening at Tellus Science Museum

November 14, 2014 was Kell Robotics night at the world class Science Museum. The team engaged over 1,300 kids in FIRST Robotics activities and LEGO building competitions. This event was conducted with our partner Cobb EMC and Tellus Museum.

To learn more about the Tellus Science Museum go here





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