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ENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARD

Western Univercity Competition 2017

ENGINEERING INNOVATION AWARD

Georgian College Competition 2017

ROOKIE ALL STAR AWARD

North Bay Competition 2016

4x Gold Award Winner

Oxford Regional

3x Silver Award Winner

Oxford Regional

Semi-finalist

Western Competition 2018

Our Awards

Featured Alumni

League of Logic alumni have gone on to be students at top univercities, industry professionals and successful entrepreneurs.

marston connel

Co-founder, Jackal Labs

Colin Toft

Waterloo Computer Science Student

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I became team captain during my grade 11 year and held that position until graduation. My time spent learning to lead a team to successfully take a pile part of parts and build a fully-fledged competing machine has been instrumental in my development. Because of these experiences I have been able to co-found a cloud-storage company and successfully manage a team of over 15 employees as CTO. I honestly can say that I wouldn't be where I am today without League of Logic & Mr. McKay’s dedication to STEM.

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Being a part of the team gave me the opportunity to explore the rapidly changing field of robotics. I learnt about object-oriented programming, working with others, and managing complex projects. When applying to universities, one thing they look for is commitment to extracurriculars related to your field of study. In fact, Waterloo's AIF (admission information form) specifically asked about participation on a FIRST robotics team. League of Logic was an amazing experience and has had a great impact on my post-secondary applications and future career!


Our Story

We began in 2010 as Banting Botz, a small team that competed in LEGO robotics competitions. In 2012, we decided to take things one step farther and started a FIRST Robotics team, League of Logic. Our first robot was built to play disc golf against other teams across Ontario. Now we have built seven robots and are the premiere robotics team in London! We believe in the power of project based learning, allowing students to put their classroom knowledge into practice in an exciting competition environment.

“An investment in knowledge
pays the best interest.”

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN