Lighthouse Hacks is Port Credit Secondary School's first virtual hackathon, celebrating its 100th year anniversary. Join us on April 24th-25th for this fun and exciting 32-hour hackathon available to all high school students! This event will be a great opportunity to learn and innovate products to improve student life! That doesn't mean you have to follow the education pathway for the hackathon, feel free to create anything of your choice but keep in mind the general theme as stated above in bold. Even if you're a beginner or advanced everyone is welcome to participate. You are allowed to participate with up to 5 people so grab your friends or even join our discord where you can find many other like-minded people like yourselves to team up with.

Once again to make it clear. The theme of this hackathon is to create something that can improve student life.

Finally, Have Fun!

 

Register today at www.lighthousehacks.ca or click the registration link in the to-do list.

For the full schedule visit www.lighthousehacks.ca

Hackathon Sponsors

Prizes

$26,835 in prizes

1st Place

$250 Amazon gift card
Lifetime Supply of Taskade Unlimited

2nd Place

$150 Amazon gift card
Lifetime Supply of Taskade Unlimited

3rd Place

$100 Amazon gift card
Lifetime Supply of Taskade Unlimited

Best Use of EchoAR

$50 amazon gift card
3 months of EchoAR Business Plan

Top 10 (10)

1 year of Wolfram|One Personal Edition + 1 year subscription to Wolfram|Alpha Pro for the top ten teams

Everyone

3 months of Replit Hacker Plan
1 month of Wolfram|One
1 year of Taskade Unlimited

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

All high school students are allowed to participate.

Residents of any area of the world may participate. This hackathon is not exclusive to Canadian students.

Finally, you must be able to speak English.

Requirements

All teams must submit a pre-recorded video less than 3 minutes long.

All submissions must be done before April 25th, Sunday, 6 pm EST.

Please include any source code in a repository with a link attached upon submission. This is required in order to be eligible for prizes.

Judges

Amirbek Satimov

Amirbek Satimov

Azfar Choudhry

Azfar Choudhry

Mahbod Sabbaghi

Mahbod Sabbaghi

Aryan Gajelli

Asad Khan

Asad Khan

Giel Mark Bacus

Giel Mark Bacus

Marcus Charles

Marcus Charles

Aryan Gajelli

Judging Criteria

  • Relevance
    How well it relates to the theme of "create something that improves student life"
  • Originality
    How original and creative is your project (has it been done before)
  • Execution
    How impressive is your final product

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