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Highschool I/O High School Hackathon 2019

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Project ended on February 28, at 11:59 PM EST
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Highschool I/O High School Hackathon 2019

High School I/O 

Ohio State's one day hackathon 

for high school students hosted by OHI/O.

Hackathons are design sprints that challenge students 

to address real world problem with tangible tech solutions! 

We empower students to conceptualize tech that impacts issues such as global warming, remote healthcare, systemic racism, financial literacy and more. Students experience the excitement, connection and significance of computer science in a fun, engaging environment.

Students do more than develop tech, they develop new friendships, connections with professional and near peer mentors, a sense of community among like minded people and a passion for forging the future of technology. Not to mention the fact that teams have the opportunity to present their projects to friendly judges and win cool prizes! 


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Winning Teams

We had 5 teams win awesome prizes for their projects! Last year the categories were: Best New to Coding, Most Ambitious, Most Creative/Innovative, Second Best Hack, and Best Hack Overall.



A total of 11 student organizers from the OHI/O team contributed to the planning and made this event possible!!


First Highschool I/O

Spring of 2017 was the first highschool I/O! We started off with 50 students and grew to nearly 90 students the following year!



Your donation helps our entire OHI/O put on more events like Highschool I/O and make them even bigger and better in the coming years!


Student Participants

We had a total of 88 students participate in high school I/O 2018!


Student Goal

We hope to reach our goal of having 100 student participants in Highschool I/O this year!

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