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We’re always preparing our students for excelling in national competitions.
AI Challengers is a global project-based competition that aims to encourage teams of young people to use artificial intelligence (AI) to solve the world's toughest practical problems.
Conrad Challenge is an international contest for secondary students, promoting STEM-based solutions to real-world problems.
Coolest Projects, backed by the Raspberry Pi and CoderDojo Foundations, motivates 8 to 18-year-olds to showcase their tech projects.
The Diamond Challenge is an international entrepreneurship competition for high school students, founded by the University of Delaware in the United States.
Dragon Kim Fellowship
Sponsored by the Dragon Kim Foundation, this is a nurturing program for social innovation projects aimed at students in grades 9 to 12.
IgniteCS Programming Expo
IgniteCS is an event that allows K-12 students to showcase their programming skills and creativity. This event includes a variety of programming projects ranging from robotics, mobile and web development to cybersecurity.。
The Orange County Science and Engineering Fair
Orange County Science and Engineering Fair is an annual science and engineering competition for students in the Orange County area of California.
USA Computing Olympiad
every January and February
USACO, run by an independent non-profit, offers computer science education and competitions for middle school students globally.
American Computer Science League
ACSL organizes computer programming and computer science contests for K-12 schools, organizations and local groups.
Congressional App Challenge
Members of the U.S. House of Representatives host district-wide Congressional App Challenges for middle school and high school students.
GameGala invites K-12 students to showcase their digital game projects developed by themselves.
International Science and Engineering Fair
ISEF is an annual science fair in the United States owned and administered by the Society for Science.