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2018 SeaPerch Challenge

The Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance is excited to announce the 2018 SeaPerch Challenge!

This is the 6th year that we will offer this challenge, and we are excited to keep the competition going strong.
K-12 Students from all over the Tulsa area are invited to build remote-controlled underwater robots. On the day of the competition, the students will guide their robots through a series of challenges. These challenges will test the design of the robots as well as the skill of the students. The competition is strong, but the fun is stronger!

Winners from the middle and high school levels will have the opportunity to go on to compete at the National SeaPerch Competition in June.

Setting up the SeaPerches

Setting up the SeaPerches
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SeaPerch Professional Development


  • SeaPerch robot going through hoop in pool
  • Kids watch as student uses controller to compete with SeaPerch robot

Saturday, January 27, 2018

Open pool: 4:00 – 6:00 PM
Competition: 6:00 – 9:00 PM

Jenks Trojan Aquatic Center

205 E B St, Jenks, OK 74037


Jaime Christensen

Registration Closes January 19th.


Teacher Registration Volunteer Registration


The event is for K-12 students with separate age divisions: elementary, middle and high school. There is no cutoff on the number of students that can compete. Teachers have to acquire the SeaPerch kit themselves or may apply for a kit through the SeaPerch Kit Grant Application.

There will be four challenges throughout the competition. They include: Judge’s Interview, Retrieval Missions, Maneuverability, and Speed. There will be two groups within the age divisions – one for the basic SeaPerch Kit and one for those who add on to the basic kit.

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