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Learn & Practice: We have put together two Practice Contests to warm you up for SnackDown 2021. The beginners practice contest will start on September 4th, and the advanced practice contest will begin on September 20th. The Dates to Remember: Registrations are open now and will end on October 19. The first Online Qualifier Round will be […]Find out more »
The Dates to Remember: Registrations are open now and will end on October 19. The first Online Qualifier Round will be on October 15th till the 19th. Online Round 1A will be held between 21st - 23rd October, and Online Round 1B will be held between 29th to 31st October. Online Pre-elimination will be on 21st […]Find out more »
American Computer Science League (ACSL) organizes team computer programming and computer science contests for K-12 schools, organizations and local groups, led by an adult advisor. The 2021-2022 school year will be our 44th year of continuous operation! Last year, over 500 teams in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia participated. ACSL offers multiple divisions, […]Find out more »
TEAM MEMBERS Coach: An adult (e.g. teacher, JROTC instructor, administrator, parent, etc.) approved by a participating organization to act as the administrative lead of a CyberPatriot team. The coach is the main point of contact for competition-related correspondence. A team can only have one coach. Competitors: Each CyberPatriot team must consist of between two and […]Find out more »
The Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision competition challenges K-12 students to envision a future technology while engaging in Next Generation Science Standards. Inspire a lifelong love of STEM and discovery in an engaging, hands-on way! It’s not too late to register your teams. Deadline for submissions is January 31. Learn the rules to get started. Eligibility All projects must meet […]Find out more »