The focus of this document is the examination of a new robot simulator developed to aid students in learning robotics programming and provide the ability to test their programs in a simulated world. The simulator, accessed via a website, provides a simulated environment, programming interface, and the ability to control a simulated robot. The simulated environment consists of a user-customizable maze and a robot, which can be controlled manually, via Web service, or by utilizing the Web programming interface. The Web programming interface provides dropdown boxes from which the users may select various options to program their implementations. It is designed to aid new students in the learning of basic skills and thought processes used to program robots. Data was collected and analyzed to determine how effective this system is in helping students learn. This included how quickly students were able to program the algorithms assigned to them and how many lines of code were used to implement them. Students' performance was also monitored to determine how well they were able to use the program and if there were any significant problems. The students also completed surveys to communicate how well the website helped them learn and understand various concepts. The data collected shows that the website was a helpful learning tool for the students and that they were able to use the programming interface quickly and effectively.