New England's premier student-run high school hackathon.

LexHack is a hackathon for high schoolers of all programming abilities. It’s free, all day (12 hours), and equipped with hackable hardware (e.g. Arduino, Raspberry Pi), great prizes, tons of swag, delicious food (all meals provided!), and mentors to help you build your project. It's Saturday, September 19th in the Lexington High School Main Building.

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Prizes

1st Prize

2nd Prize

3rd Prize

Beginner's Award

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

High school students are eligible, with younger students accepted on a case by case basis. Email us at info@lexhack.org if you're unsure of your eligibility! 

Requirements

To be eligible for judging, your project should be your own work! A project can be made using whatever technology you like, as long as you are able to present a working demo. You may use premade general code libraries, but you will only be judged on what is created at LexHack. Contact us if you’re still unsure about what is allowed. 

How to enter

Sign up at lexhack.org!

Judges

Michael Pfrommer

Michael Pfrommer
PTC

Jack Deschler

Jack Deschler
Harvard

Ben Moroze

Ben Moroze
Oracle

Siya Raj Purohit

Siya Raj Purohit
Harvard

Gavin Black

Gavin Black
MITRE

Skott Klebe

Skott Klebe
Cybersecurity

Nina Nguyen

Nina Nguyen
Cisco

Curt Wu

Curt Wu
Oracle

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
    Is it more than a clone?
  • Execution
    How well does it work?
  • Design
    How does it look?
  • Technicality
    How difficult was it to make?