CoderZ League (formerly CRCC) is an exciting, engaging, and fun virtual robotics competition for students of all levels to learn about STEM, robotics, and coding, as well as ignite their technology career paths. Teams program simulated robots within the CoderZ virtual environment, which runs in a web browser, allowing students to participate from anywhere in the world without the need for any specialized hardware.
CoderZ League Teams are split into 3 divisions (Novice, Junior, and Pro), which together cover grades 4-12. Within each division, teams first compete in preliminary challenges against other teams from the same geographic region. The top teams from each region advance to the playoff round, culminating in a single team being named the CoderZ League World Champions!
The WV Robotics Alliance provides support for CoderZ League teams throughout the state. In addition, we have run all-virtual camps utilizing the CoderZ virtual robotics platform, which familiarizes students with robotics concepts and prepares them to participate on a CoderZ League team.
CoderZ League is administered by the Intelitek Stem & CTE Education Foundation (ISCEF). ISCEF is a non-profit organization focused on resolving issues of accessibility for K-12 and Post-Secondary public institutions in the US that want to implement modern technological education to better their students.
For more information or to participate, visit the CoderZ League website: