Thank you and congratulations to all of the February 2019 regional SeaPerch competition participants! By participating in SeaPerch, students gain experience in engineering concepts, problem solving, teamwork, technical and safety applications.

School/Organization - Team Name
  • Bay City Christian School - Tap Water
  • Bay View Middle School - RoboPirates
  • Brillion Middle School - Brillion Sealions - SECOND PLACE
  • De Pere Middle School - DPMS Aqua Robotics
  • Einstein Project - Speedy Turtles
  • Leonardo da Vinci School - SeaDragons
  • Leonardo da Vinci School - Leviathans
  • Leonardo da Vinci School - Piranhas
  • Leonardo da Vinci School - Narwhals
  • Marinette Middle School - Mariners 2.0
  • Parkview Middle School - The Sea Turtles
  • Pilgrim Lutheran School - Underwater Crusaders
  • Seymour Middle School - Lightening Fast Rescue and Recovery - FIRST PLACE
  • Shawano Middle School - Sea Hawks - THIRD PLACE
High School/University/Organization - Team Name
  • Ashwaubenon High School - The Dubious Monsters - FIRST PLACE
  • Bay City Christian High School - Jonesy
  • Einstein Project - Skeleton Crew
  • UWGB Engineering Club

Thank you to all of the participants, coaches, parents, volunteers, Navy League, The Einstein Project, and NCMMA members who made 2019's competition a success!


Brillion Middle School

What is SeaPerch?

SeaPerch is an innovative underwater robotics program that equips teachers and students with the resources they need to build an underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) in an in-school or out-of-school setting. Students build the ROV from a kit comprised of low-cost, easily accessible parts, following a curriculum that teaches basic engineering and science concepts with a marine engineering theme. The SeaPerch Program provides students with the opportunity to learn about robotics, engineering, science, and mathematics (STEM) while building an underwater ROV as part of a science and engineering technology curriculum. Throughout the project, students will learn engineering concepts, problem solving, teamwork, and technical applications.

Building a SeaPerch ROV teaches basic skills in ship and submarine design and encourages students to explore naval architecture and marine and ocean engineering principles. It also teaches basic science and engineering concepts and tool safety and technical procedures. Students learn important engineering and design skills and are exposed to all the exciting careers that are possible in naval architecture and naval, ocean, and marine engineering.

SeaPerch Is...

  • A hands-on educational tool
  • Fun and challenging
  • A curriculum that meets national learning standards
  • Integrates STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)
  • Teaches the teachers
  • Builds teamwork and inspires young minds
  • Introduces STEM career discussions

Students learn best by doing, and during the process of building SeaPerch, they follow steps to completely assemble the Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV), test it, and then participate in launching their vehicles.

After the SeaPerch robot is constructed, students are encouraged to test their vehicles, deploy them on missions, and compete in a culminating event, the SeaPerch Challenge. Events at the Challenge can include:

  • Vehicle performance - maneuvering and recovery
  • Innovative design (optional)
  • Poster presentations - oral presentations to judges

Winners of local or regional challenges can compete in the National SeaPerch Challenge held each spring. The Navy League STEM Institute and the Navy League Greater Green Bay Area Council provide a monetary prize to the Green Bay Regional SeaPerch Challenge first place team to assist with National SeaPerch Challenge expenses.