CoderZ Is Proud to Present:
League in a Box
Recreate the thrill of our global virtual coding and robotics competition in your community!

League in a Box brings you the CoderZ League experience on demand — get the league excitement, missions, and challenges whenever and wherever you want.

It's a great way to highlight STEM in your curriculum as well as a unique opportunity to promote STEM throughout your community.


In addition to developing hard skills in robotics and coding, the exciting format also encourages soft skills like collaboration, problem solving, critical thinking and creativity!

Create a league of your own
As an administrator or teacher, League in a Box gives you full flexibility to manage virtual competitions. You get to decide:
Invite an entire district or a single school
At what level
Choose the division that matches your students’ learning needs
For how long
Make it a one-time session or an extended learning event
Set up your league in 5 easy steps
Define league goals
Start by defining goals, including the size, scope and duration of the competition
Choose league level
Select from Novice (grades 4-6), Junior (grades 5-9), and Pro (grades 7-12) league divisions
Assign league managers
Choose managers to operate the league in your community
Set a
League duration can be one day or a few weeks based on your goals
*Set schedule according to duration
Set up your teams
Decide on the number of participants and invite students to join teams*
*Recommended team size: up to 6 students
Want to know what’s inside the box?
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Beyond your own league, you can practice for the official CoderZ League season with teams and students across the globe.
Why competition plays an important role in education
Check out what our league participants say:
This is a great platform for learning the logic flow of coding, using various sensors, and applying and developing critical thinking and problem solving skills… Plus it's easy to manage from an administrative level!
Brandon Martin Ph.D.
Advanced Technology Center,
Virginia Beach, Virginia
CoderZ League brings theory to practice and teaches students how to develop real solutions to real problems.
Wisley João Pereira
Executive Director of SESI, Brazil
I totally recommend the platform for schools who want to challenge their kids with robotics contests... all we need is right there for different learning levels and different coding languages.
Anton Ritzu
STEAM Coordinator, Lycée Français
de San Francisco, California