FIRST Lego League Jr.

Team 9960 - The Power Rangers plus 7 others

Captures young curiosity by exploring real-world scientific challenges, learning teamwork, and working with motorized LEGO® elements

Grades K - 4; Ages 6 - 10

Compass provides educational opportunities and services designed to empower and engage our youth. Our central focus hinges upon the creation and successful delivery of quality socioeconomic and community-based programs. With the goal of assisting our at-risk population, we also aim to combat the school-to-prison pipeline and promote personal/professional development for all.

Academics Adventure - Based Learning - One-on-One Mentoring - Project-Based Learning - STEM Literacy Cognitive - Intervention Healthy Living

Other Programs Offered

Provide sustainable pathways out of poverty which leads to improved self-awareness, stronger workforce/economic development, healthier living and improved relations between communities, businesses, local leaders and government agencies.

CYC Tutoring Services

Make Up, Catch Up, Keep Up

Elementary and middle school-aged students receive tutoring services offered by Compass volunteers on all academic subjects.

Grades K - 8; Ages 5-14

FIRST Tech Challenge

FTC 12251 - The Jr. Armored Eagles & FTC 14086 Tech Botz

Teams of middle and high school-aged students are challenged to design, build, and program a robot to play a floor game against other teams’ creations

Grades 7-12; Ages 12 - 18



FIRST Robotics Competition

FRC 6215 - The Armored Eagles

FRC 6426 - Robo Gladiators

High school-aged teams compete head to head on a special playing field with robots they have designed, built, and programmed.​

​​​Grades 9 -12; Ages 14 - 18

Vision Statement