A 12-hour hackathon for high schoolers of all programming abilities!

LexHack is a hackaton where students of all programming abilities, from no experience to advanced, compete to develop an application that is judged at the end of the day. 

 

We will have mentors on hand to make sure even those without experience will build a complete application. The event is free, and we will provide food and swag (including stickers, t-shirts, and more). We will also award prizes in several categories to our winners.

 

Please visit our website for registration and more information - http://lexhack.org. We hope to see you there!

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Prizes

$1,820 in prizes

First Prize

Each winning team member will receive a Leap Motion, sponsored by Leap Motion.

Second Prize

Each winning team member will receive a small R/C quadcopter, sponsored by KTByte.

Third Prize

Each winning team member will receive a Chromecast, sponsored by Lex Web Designers.

Hello World

Only teams who consist of beginner/no experience hackers are eligible for this prize. It is awarded to the best team of this group whose project didn't also earn a different prize.

Each member of the winning team will receive a full year of access to Treehouse, along with Treehouse T-Shirts.
They will also receive free lessons from KTByte.

Sponsored by KTByte and Treehouse.

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

Anyone currently enrolled in high school may attend, as well as middle schoolers on a case-by-case basis.

 

Requirements

You can create your application using any technology you would like, as long as it meets one of two criteria for submission:
- You can provide source code that anyone can run (e.g. code in a language with a readily-available compiler)
- You can provide a working executable for Mac, Windows, Linux, iOS, or Android, as well as source we can view (e.g. a project written with a proprietary compiler, such as an iPhone app).

Judges

Noah Moroze

Noah Moroze

Judging Criteria

  • Judging
    Creativity Execution Technical Presentation Design