Quellie Hacks

Quellie Hacks is one of Michigan’s largest high school student hackathons in which students from all around the world can participate and gain first hand experience of the world of programming. A jam-packed 24 hour event, all participants get the opportunity to learn from informational workshops, with topics ranging from basics of python, to machine learning quickstart, and get inspired by speakers. Students of all coding levels are welcome to attend, and we’ll have mentors and moderators available all the time, to guide them every step of the way.

Starts On : Aug 7 – 8, 2021

Summer Coding Olympics

A coding competition with many different members. They will have three tracks to choose from (Web Development, Python, and App Development).

Starts On : July 8 – 11, 2021


Hack-a-Solution is a Hackathon organized by Frisco students (Tushar Jain, Manay Divatia, Mihir Nakra, and Devlin Lee) to challenge your skills with an aim to raise awareness of world issues through technology. 

Starts On : July 30 – 31, 2021

DaeDarus' Hack

Join us for a weekend of fun and hacking. As always, we'll be running mini-events, workshops, and more to keep you entertained. We'll keep everything themed around food this weekend. Can't wait to see what you cook up.

Starts On : August 13 – 15, 2021


NeurAlbertaTech (NAT) is thrilled to present natHACKS, Alberta’s inaugural brain-computer interface hackathon! natHACKs will inspire beginners to develop practical neurotech skills and challenge competent hackers to apply themselves in this growing and exciting field.

Starts On : July 30 – August 02, 2021

Vizathon 2021

Vizathon 2021 is a free, 4-day visualization hackathon for students passionate about producing and visualizing data-driven insights in public health, social justice and economics. The event will provide opportunities for high school and college students to enhance their data science skills, explore career paths in data science and obtain mentorship to create stunning visualizations. 

Starts On : July 29 – August 1, 2021


Scioverflow is a global hackathon that is based in Greater Boston that focuses on enabling students to learn more about computer science, biology, and chemistry with an all-inclusive message of "anyone can code" to target underrepresented minorities around the world in the fields of natural sciences and computer to improve diversity in Science and Computer Science spaces.

Starts On : July 6 – 7, 2021

XHacks 2021

XHacks is a 36-hour long event tailored to help developers create products that last. Let’s be honest. Hackathons are great. But as with all great things, we think that they can be improved even further. As avid hackers ourselves, we’ve been to many hackathons and we’ve noticed one common trend - after the hackathon, most projects get abandoned and during the hackathon, most projects are made simply for prizes.

Starts On : Aug 6 – 8, 2021

FHIR @hack 2021

Healthcare providers regularly collect sensitive medical information about their patients. This forces clinicians to spend excessive amounts of time on data entry, and burdens hospitals with the responsibility of organizing, maintaining, and protecting a massive database of confidential patient records.

Starts On : Jul 9 – 11, 2021

Neo Frontier Blockchain Launchpad

Be among the first to develop an application on N3 - the groundbreaking new version of the Neo blockchain.

Starts On : May 24th, 2021 (ongoing)

Hack the Cloud 2.0

Hack the Cloud brought a successful online hackathon to high school students during the stay-at-home order. Hack the Cloud 2.0 plans to repeat this success again this summer!

Starts On : Jul 10 – 12, 2021