Congratulations to 4 of our 11th Grade students for winning the grand prize at the LA Hacks hackathon held at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion. They competed against over 170 teams of mostly undergraduate and graduate students from across the country.
The goal of the contest was to produce a piece of complex technology that has a strong idea, one that benefits society in some way, and is executable within the set timeframe of the hackathon; in this case, 36 hours. Our students created "Tap."
Take a look at this video to see their presentation, and know that they had 5 minutes to prepare this presentation after 36 hours of work... and very little sleep.