FHS.hacks() is Franklin High School’s annual hackathon. A hackathon is an opportunity where students get together to develop creative solutions to real-world problems. During the hackathon, students will get access to mentors, workshops, other student coders, as well as “hacking” time to turn their ideas into reality. FHS.hacks() is open to all high school students from anywhere in the US with competitive and innovative spirits. Whether you’re a new coder or a seasoned hacker, come join the FHS WARRIORS for a weekend of learning, connection, and fun!

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Prizes

$1,818 in prizes

1st Place (Sponsored by Slalom)

$400 Amazon.com Gift Card (Sponsored by Slalom), split among team members

2nd Place

$200 Amazon.com Gift Card, split among team members

3rd Place

$100 Amazon.com Gift Card (Sponsored by Slalom), split among team members

Best echoAR Project

1. A $50 Amazon gift card (per team);
2. 3-month free Business Tier access (per team member); and
3. Selected projects will be featured on our “Inspiration” page

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

You must be a high school student to be eligible for prizes, but we do welcome others to join the workshops

Requirements

Please submit a video demo of your project that is no more than 2 minutes and a link to a public GitHub repository with all the code that was used to create the project. All code must be started and finished within the hackathon time frame

Judges

Aldrin Brillante

Aldrin Brillante
Make School Student

 Danika Jaskulak-Gonzalez

Danika Jaskulak-Gonzalez
Make School Student

echoAR

echoAR
echoAR

Jah Caffie-Speed

Jah Caffie-Speed
FHS Alumni

Mr. Zarro

Mr. Zarro
FHS Teacher

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
    How creative is the project? Does it inspire people and allow them to build and create in their own communities?
  • Technical Complexity
    Is the project technically impressive? Complex? How technically sophisticated/advanced/elegant was the solution?
  • Design & Implementation
    Does it work? Is it implementable? Did the team think about the user interface (UI) and user experience (UX)? Was the product designed with users in mind?

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