Sage Hill School's First High School Hackathon

SageHack—a 24 hour coding competition where participants create a software project for judging (hackathon). This hackathon, we are focusing on projects related to education, health, and the environment. It is free of cost and everyone is welcome, even if you don’t know anything about programming. There will also be free meals/snacks as well as mentors and workshops to get everyone on track. Please visit sagehack.io to apply and for more information.

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Prizes

$3,147 in prizes

The Wolfram Award (5)

Nintendo Switch

Framer X Subscription (4)

Sketch License (4)

Eligibility

You must be in high school. 

Judges

Sandy Irani

Sandy Irani
Computer Science Professor (UCI)

Judging Criteria

  • Viability
  • Design
  • Completion